This book contains some very nice photographs and can be used as a useful dive planning resource, however it contains some very glaring errors. e.g. the wreck of the Seastar simply does not exist (well, not on Sha'ab Abu Nuhas) - it is the Kimon M. The photos associated with this wreck have been taken from at least 2 different wrecks - the Kimon M and the Chrisoula K, while one photograph shows the upright stern of the Kingston. This does lead to confusion when trying to identify which wreck you've dived. Likewise, the external photos associated with the Chrisoula K are hopelessly mixed with the Kimon M. To compound matters, some of the artist's impressions included within the book appear to have been completed by someone who's never dived these wrecks. e.g. the AI of the Salem Express shows a square bow. Anyone who's ever dived this wreck knows that the bow is anything but square!
On a positive note, the actual diving details are useful and on the whole, accurate. A good selection of the Red Sea Wrecks have been included, but the book is by no means a complete guide to wreck diving in the Red Sea. It would have been nice to also include such wrecks as the Rosalie Moller, the Kingston, the Aida, the Namibia and a wreck well known to liveaboards based in Hurghada, the 'El Mina' gunboat.