I bought this book from Universal Orlando a few months back, as I found it hard to get otherwise. I actually really enjoyed it. However, compared to other novels, like the "John Connor Chronicles", this one doesn't have as much fast paced action. Instead, it concentrates on the more scientific side of things, explaining the development of the time travel (Had to undertsnd if you don't have a degree in physics, but interesting nonetheless). We also learn a bit more about Cyberdyne's way of doing things.
The author tells us about John and Sarah's new identities and lives, there are a few good terminators thrown into the mix and also an unaware innocent victim who doesn't quite know what is going on....It makes a good read, especially for the Terminator fan, so I recommend this largely to that market. It's a good book (although a bit on the short side, only 250 pages or so)but it helps to know the terminator storyline and the characters, otherwise it might get a bit confusing. Overall, can't complain, I give it 4 out of 5.