If you want to know what the fans travelling to this game would have experienced, then this book is a great read.
I was 9 years old when it happened and, with some degree of shame, I can say that I sat expectantly in front of the TV (having been allowed to stay up late to watch it), wondering why I couldn't see my beloved team and what the hold-ups were. I remember the disappointment of the game as a spectacle and that the penalty was a bad decision. Of course, I had no idea of what had happened (and, at that age, how to comprehend it's impact) until much later. The book really gives a sense of what the travelling fans must have experienced and is very well written.
There are insights into fan behaviour and the nature of lads trips abroad, as well as a balanced and good humoured account of the build up to the match, the game and its aftermath.
I'd recommend it to any Liverpool, or indeed football fan, who would like a different insight into this period of British football history.