I was looking to understand the pregnancy and birth process from a male view and found this book and thought I would give it a go. Its a fairly decent resource, the bulk of relevant information seems to be contained in the first few pages of each chapter, after that it tends to go into 'filler' mode with a heap of pages filled with irrelevant information seemingly just to pad out the book. The other problem I found is the book is very heavily US Focused, talking about the US Health Care System, Finances, College Funds etc. etc. while I am sure this information may be useful to people actually in the US anywhere outside it is essentially irrelevant, hence as per my previous point all the relevant information worth reading is in the first couple of pages of each chapter. Overall a good perspective.
Good book in lots of ways, particularly how it calls out things that you and your partner might be thinking and feeling. Some of these are things which you might be ashamed to admit, so it is reassuring to see it written and know that others have had the same experiences. I had a problem with the part on circumcision which tries to make it seem as if both sides of the argument are equal by giving them the same amount of text, even though the against has a number of valid reasons including "there's no clinically proven advantage" whereas the against is mostly around "lots of other people have done it so it might look weird if your son hasn't". This is very misleading and dangerous considering the reach of this book. All in all, a good read but I would read other books to get a fuller picture, especially if you don't live in the US.
All and all, this book is really good, and it's filled with useful resources for dads-to-be. The only thing I didn't like that much is that it's entirely focused on US parents and institutions, which sometimes isn't that relevant for the rest of the world. Nevertheless, I recommend this book.