My experience as an American expat moving/living/working in Greece for 10 years motivated me to buy this book in hopes of learning something new. I didn't.
While Mr. Reynolds knows Greece from experience and knowledge of the language, some information is outdated and aimed primarily and specifically toward people from the UK. This book offers a brief overview/introduction that absolute newcomers might find useful, but when tackling employment, retirement, purchasing a home and visa/work permit issues, it will offer you nothing. There are also no website addresses.
The EU has several new members, which means competition is at an all-time high for employment, and immigration laws have been tightened under the new government. Regulations are changing all of the time, but EU citizens such as Mr. Reynolds are not affected by this.
It is also worth noting that this book was written from a man's point of view, and life and work for a woman or a family in Greece are quite different. In short, there is some good information for Brits but much less for the rest of the world.
Some 99 percent of nationalities will still be in the dark after purchasing this 'updated' version, which will unfortunately not help much in real life.