The basic premise of this book is that there is "only one baptism of the Holy Spirit." Fair enough. However, in arguing against typical pentacostal/charismatic/neo-puritan second-blessing teaching, the author's own thesis is EQUALLY wrong. Both camps make the mistake of seeing the Spirit's baptism in terms of the ordo-salutis - the various aspects of conversion on into living the Christian life. But this is not true - as our Lord made plain in the Gospel accounts.
The Baptism of the Holy Spirit belongs to the "historia-salutis" - the history of salvation; it isn't something universally experienced at all. As with all the components of the work of Christ - the incarnation, crucifixion, resurrection, ascension, BAPTISM OF THE HOLY SPIRIT, judgment. These are REDEMPTIVE-HISTORICAL events that cannot be repeated. The people who experience them first-hand are unique individuals who have the rare privilege of personally participating in the work of God.
Becoming a Christian joins one to the body of Christ. When that body was formed, at Pentecost, it was formed by the pouring out/Baptizing of the Holy Spirit. The only future "baptism" of this kind - post-Pentecost - is the baptism of fire at the day of judgment.
Sorry, Peter. A little more study and less reliance on tradition would help us all move beyond both camps in this discussion. I am afraid your book is basically useless.