Four short sentences isn't a review :)
What exactly does the book cover? What's its main focus? What are the strengths and weaknesses? How long is it? Who wrote it? When was it published? Who published it? Does it have an easy to read, conversational style or is it dry and boring? How good are the examples in the book? Does the example code use widely accepted programming practices? How does this compare to other Perl books? Why should I buy this over any other Perl book? Does the author contribute to the Perl community? Is he or she donating any of the proceeds to charity or Perl groups? etc.
I'd appreciate it if you could write a more detailed review of the book. Thanks :)
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