I like how the book is organized. The first chapter provides recipes for basic Pizza Dough, Roasted Garlic, Marinated Mozzarella, Marinara, Pesto, and Barbeque Sauce. One you are armed with the basics, you're ready to create the remaining recipes in the book.
The recipes cover techniques for Pan Pizza, Deep Dish Pizza, Stuffed Pizza, Stuffed Crust Pizza, Twisted Crust Pizza, Calzone, Grilled Pizza and more. The author (listed as Cooking Penquin - I'll bet that isn't their real name!) puts a lot of emphasis on using fresh ingredients. I was very pleased to see a recipe for homemade marinara. It is so easy to make and so much better for you than jarred sauces where the second ingredient is usually high-fructose corn syrup.
This e-cookbook is very well-formatted and organized and contains beautiful professional photographs. The writing flows well, with only the occasional typo (Stawberry; garlic separated and pealed.) Whether you've wanted to make homemade pizza but thought it might be above your skill level, or you are looking to expand your pizza repertoire, I think you will find many helpful tips and recipes here.