(4 1/2 STARS) This is the only Philosophy of Mind intro book that covers all of the big debates in current philosophy of mind. You don't find many intro books mentioning debates about access consciousness and mental causation, for example. (i.e. the more recent mental causation debate involving Kim et al., not the Cartesian debate.) It's very well organized by topic, and clearly written. But it moves pretty fast, and I think it therefore might not be suitable for a complete newcomer to the topic, at least not as the only intro book someone reads. Rather, a newcomer should read several intro books... but DEFINITELY make this one of them.
[Note that one might argue Kim's "Philosophy of Mind" is an intro book that covers all the contemporary debates, but I think that book is too difficult to be considered an intro book for newcomers.]