Use Amazon's 'Search Inside' feature to check the content; quite a good selection of classic pop numbers, 80's pop and reggae here. Some other books in the Big Acoustic series repeat these numbers, but my view is that you can't please everybody; if you wanted exactly the content to suit you, you'd need to buy your music one-by-one, and that would cost a great deal more than these books.
Then use the same 'Search Inside' feature to check out a music page; look - no score. Also, the suggested chords are very basic. For example, Paul Simon's "The Boxer" starts with an intricate bit of guitar picking over several bars; these bars are represented in the book by one basic, simple C chord. This could be good, or it could be bad, depending upon what you want to do.
If you just want to sing and strum along to the radio, then the absence of the staves makes things clearer. If you want to do your own interpretation of a number, the bare bones information given here is also good.
But if you don't know the number very well, or want to reproduce it note for note, then you need the score. Sorry folks, there isn't one.
Some spelling errors are annoying, but I can live with that. My conclusion; good value for money, but you need to already know and have an ear for the piece you're trying to play.
p.s. This may seem a nit-picking point but it may matter to you; because of the way the book is bound, you need a music stand to hold it open.