on 12 December 2013
The book doesn't explain anything in detail in a manner newbies can understand. Instead it contains links to sites that contain more information. Previous reviews have claimed the book is expensive for the 28 pages. I agree especially since nothing is explained in depth and two of the 28 pages are dedicated to ad advertising other books the author has written.
The book recommends software and processes to cover your tracks in the dark web and again only dedicates at most a paragraph to its use without giving any further information. The section on bitcoins is a joke.
This isn't a book for novices and i've come away with the impression that the author spent a couple of hours noting down what he thought people might want to know about covering their tracks in the dark net without making any effort to explain himself or go into detail. Writing the book was an easy way to make some money for the author without putting in a lot of effort.
If you've used the dark net before and are looking for ways to cover your tracks then maybe this book might be useful. If on the other hand you're completely new to the subject and looking for information to explain how things work then save your money and read wikipedia instead.