It is very well written with plain English. The quality of the paper is more than my expectation. It is reall comfortable to read letter in the real book printed on quality paper. otherwise, there is no point in buying printed books which are two times more than online books. The quality of paper from O'Really is usually near to rubbish but this book is an exception.
Remember when you were learning something from a book in the past and when you put it into practise, it never really quite worked even though you thought you had done it correctly? You scramble through the book again looking for something that will help you. Eventually, after tearing your hair out, you work it out by some other means. Then you think, "why wasn't this in that book?!?!?". So you read the book again and there it is, a single paltry line hidden amongst pages of jargon and tech talk that you just breezed over when you first read it and reread several times over trying to solve the problem.
THIS BOOK IS NOT LIKE THAT!!!!
Mark Lutz, through his seemingly vast teaching experience has done his own learning on how to teach and brought it into his book. Some things you will read again and again within a couple of paragraphs because Mark has learned that it is important enough to repeat several times. Simply put, it's a book written by someone who has learnt how to teach people and he brings those learnings into his book.
In the words of the great Bill Waterson "Kudos for navigator Nebular (Lutz)"