I've recently bought a 2nd copy of this smashing little book, mainly because my first one has got a bit worn and looks set to disintegrate sooner or later, mainy through extensive use.
I have to say, in terms of the pleasure this book has brought me, it's some of the best few pounds I've spent. I'm lucky enough to visit West Sussex fairly frequently, (we have a pitch on a caravan park near Chichester), and one of the great pleasures of this part of the world is the beautiful and varied countryside. This book is an easy way of getting to know it, giving as it does 15 circular walks all starting from a pub. The longest is 6 miles, the shortest 3, and they offer a good mixture of terrain, ranging from strolls through relatively flat woodland and fields, to quite steep climbs from sea level to 600 feet up on the South Downs, with views to match.
And at the end of each walk, there's a nice pub with a pint of decent beer waiting. It's not perfect, in that there are some minor errors about which path to take from the one you're already on, but to be honest, if you do make a mistake you'll find your way back sooner or later, and to be honest, I've never taken an OS map of the areas i'm in which the auther recommends. Other than that, the directions are usually very clear, and the book itself small and light to carry. A delight.