I love the face that this book is written in a novel format as opposed to a "how to manual" Sure, there are really good books that have been written about the subject, but this one is different. By making it a novel, it allows you to connect with the characters; put yourselves in their place and ask yourself "gee, what would I/We do in that scenario". The book also touches on other less discussed aspects. How do you deal with NRE? And what happens, how do you handle something if it goes sideways? We're anxiously awaiting the next novel!