I heard about this from a friend and decided it would be worth a look. I am not the world's best cook and anything that makes life easier is a worth a shot in my view!
I have to say I am a bit disappointed with what arrived. The book is filled with "recipes", however it seems like some shouldn't really count as recipes. Take for example korma chicken - the four ingredients are chicken, 2 carrots, freshly chopped coriander AND a jar of Korma sauce. Another one for Rogan Josh - the four ingredients are lamb, 1 onion, 1 yellow pepper AND a jar of Rogan Josh sauce. I expected details of how to make your own sauce using 4 ingredients rather than the sauce being one of the ingredients. Maybe I was expecting too much but I feel a bit cheated by that as it should really be called ways to improve dishes, rather than recipes.
It is good in that it may give you ideas of how to add more to dishes and learn how to experiment yourself adding different flavours etc. It also could be a good introduction to cooking for kids. However I think £7 is a bit expensive for what it is and there are better books out there for introduction to cookery. It gives a few good tips but I don't think it will be a book you use over and over, I think it is one that will be put in the back of a cupboard and forgotten about.
Like I said, maybe I was expecting too much and there are some good tips and ideas there, but on the whole it did not really impress me.