Beautiful introductory book about Basic Geometry, written in a brief british style, for beginning undergraduate students. The book can be read by (and can be taught to) anyone with some background in traditional high school Mathematics. The book begins with Euclidean Geometry and ends with a brief introduction to Differential Geometry of curves and surfaces. It is an interesting read (and a pleasant teach, unlike most undergraduate text books) with nice historical threads and good classical problems. The author provides hints and short solutions to almost all the problems at the end of the book. The problems are an essential ingredient of the book, so don't miss them! The author probably did not quite intend to write a yellow "Geometry for Dummies" so he does not dwell (not for too long at least) on the trivial stuff. Geometry was never part of the Trivium! You will feel good about yourself and about Geometry, one of the oldest disciplines of science, after reading this book. I did.