You don't get to the first piece until page 64. Until then the book is taken up by a brief Mozart bio, an introduction to tablature and music notation, and a brief overview of right and left had technique as used in classical guitar - all provided in four languages. I suspect most buying this book will be beyond needing much of this information as these are not beginner pieces. The pieces are provided in both standard notation and tablature. I would prefer just standard notation, but needed to reference the tablature at times as no left hand fingerings or position markers are provided.
I would say most pieces are of an intermediate level, with the possible exception of the last two pieces which are variations themes by Mozart. Unfortunately these last two pieces are not included on the accompanying CD. The other selections in the book are pleasing short arrangements. At least some, such as the Sonata in C and Allegro from A Little Night Music, will be familiar to most.
Overall I gave the book four stars as there is not a lot of Mozart arrangements available for solo guitar, and I think the arrangements are generally good and accessible to classical or fingerstyle guitarists with some experience.