This book is a good starting point on the road to Dawah.
It's a treasure chest of information that Daee will find helpful when getting serious about Dawah. The Christian religion primer is top notch, and got me interested enough to search for other books on the topic.
Yahiya Emerick liberally powders the book with references on who to talk to, which organizations are active in which areas, and how to get in touch with them. The bibliography (Categorized) is excellent, as it lists books that a person can read if they want more in depth knowledge on a specific subject (ie. Dawah for Asian-Americans). The list of other Dawah books was very helpful also.
Some negative aspects of the book was the superficial "Caucasian" Muslims chapter. As well as the geneology of an immigrant family. Both seemed rather superficial.
I wouldn't let that get you down though. This book is a very useful Dawah tool. It is a great stepping stone into more serious study of Dawah and its specifics.