I purchased this book after giving up on Kaplans version in frustration (see my seperate review for that book)
This book is clear and succinct.
Each topic / section is clearly titled and segmented so you can dip in and out of it, and brush up on things you aren't sure about quickly.
It is also written to accommodate different revision speeds, allowing you to skim read main points (key information is highlighted in grey and in boxes) really easily.
The only real weakness is how cases are explained. They are doctored to fit into the flow of the book, so its sometimes hard to gauge what they were actually about (who won the case? what were they fighting over? how did they arrive at the decision?)
It is worth researching the cases in more detail, to work through the reasoning. This will help answer some of the questions in the exam. I found I knew all the facts but some of the more in depth questions were hard to reason through.
If the cases where better explained, this would be a 5 star book.
I read it through once, skimming some chapters, reading others in more detail and passed the exam first time, taking 45 mins to complete a 2 hours test.