Despite the fact that I have my final exam for this course in two days, I think its right that I take the time to review this textbook. Although a lot stronger that the AS book, which frankly isn't worth using to wipe your arse with, it is a pretty poor attempt at teaching physics. It does has some very good summary boxes in, however these fill up about 5 pages of the 280 page book, of which you have to tortuously sift through to find the good sections. I think you're best bet with this book is to burn at and observe the result - you'd probably learn something loosely about physics that way.
Overall, this book is perfect at showing everything wrong with physics at a level these days. It is so watered down with so little actual content on the syllabus, that instead you spend hours reading waffle, such as my personal favourite quote: "brownian motion paths look like tangled wool attacked by a demented kitten." (page 107). You then get exams that are near impossible to revise for, as your mark is based on luck of how many obscure marking points you manage to get, that are either completely absent from your textbook, or completely irrelevant to the small amounts of actual physics you have learnt. Your best bet is do past papers, read revision notes posted on online forums and use your teacher's notes (after they too have abandoned this book). Please please please, save this £21 - you can spend it on the resit costs after you get set an exam with no resemblance to the minute amount of content that you are taught from from the syllabus. Bring on university, which will be my first experience of studying physics.