Relax, Joe Crivelli. Laying aside your hyper-dulia of Mary, as well as your enmity against James White, we must allow all potential readers of the book to understand one thing: this book deals with one issue, namely a growing movement to name Mary as co-Redeemer along with Christ. Many Catholics are opposed to such a doctrine, even with their own Marian dulia. Therefore, Joe, you are not the standard-setter. It looks like you have crossed the line over to latria. If that be the case, it is no small wonder that you would hate this book.
White does not hate Mary. As a Protestant, White reveres Mary as the Blessed mother of the Lord. White reveres Mary as "she who is blessed among women." White does not, however, honor Mary as co-Redeemer, nor Mediatrix, nor any other honor that makes her a virtual co-Lord. <== It is this aspect that White's book investigates.
Mary, in heaven, weeps over your vicious heart, Joe. If I claim to you that she appeared to me nightly for a month and told me so, could you prove me wrong? Or would you just make a pilgrimmage to my bedside?
For the potential reader, if you are curious about the history of the movement, and some of the politics behind it, you might find this book of value and interest. If you disagree with White, he is willing to debate. Contact him instead of venting on Amazon.com.