Lots of snippets of facts (unfortunately index very poor if you want quick reference to some pointers)
Author is American so some sections are irrelevant and downright scary for a Brit, such as the section on choosing your paediatrician.
I found the humour mostly very cheesy, but I suppose thats a matter of personal choice.
I was already aware that breast milk has exclusively unique benefits which cannot be mimicked, but beware;
Basically the Author is totally against use of formula feeding, virtually suggesting that its a form of poisoning, so don't pick this book up if you're having difficulties maintaining exclusive breastfeeding, and considering even the rarest of bottle feeds, unless what you're looking forward to having a major guilt trip.
Not healthy for you, or your little one if you're having a problem latching him/her on at 4am!
Depending on how breastfeeding is working out for you and little one, you will either find this book highly motivational, a big pat on the back, or a major contributor to the biggest guilt trip a tired, hormonal new mum can frankly do without. Not the fluffy, lighthearted easy read its marketed as.