I got a free time limited copy of this title from the publishers, Storey Publications, via Net Galley in exchange for a review.
This book is interesting in that it looks at one topic, cast ons and bind offs, the book is basically divided in two, cast ons and bind offs, starting with cast ons. They're then divided into various headings. Basic, stretchy, decorative, circular, double-sided, multicolour, provisional, tubular and mobius.
Part two is bind-offs, again basic, stretchy, decorative and sewn.
The two column layout in some parts makes reading this as an e-book an exercise in scrolling up and down a few times.
She starts off with some elementary descriptions and some basics. Where she clearly defines some techniques she's going to use later. While a lot of this is very elementary, it is useful to be clear before starting exactly what you mean by something, there are often several meanings for different things in this game.
I loved the section beginning sketches and the photography is very clear. This is one I'd prefer in paper and within a few weeks it would end up festooned with post-its. She's quite clear about the pros and cons of each cast-on and bind off, and also what they're good for.
This is one that's going on my wishlist, and I hope to buy it relatively soon. I used it for a recent project when I was checking on a cast-on and found it very useful.