An excellent book giving ideas for walks in the most picturesque parts of the Julian Alps.
However, the descriptions can be a little missleading regarding the severity and exposure of what you may be letting yourself in for.
The Julian Alps are similar to the Dolomites with a high degree of exposure but unlike the Dolomites they don't have the same degree of protection (fixed ropes). The book doesn't distinguish the degree of physical effort or exposure, the 'walks' are graded 1,2,3,4 with 4 perhaps being the most exposed or the most strenuous or both, it isn't clear which. The Dolomites guides are graded 1,2,3,4,5 and A,B,C for exposure so it is easy to work out what you are letting yourself in for.
With this book, embarking on a grade 4 walk you may need the Via Ferrata safety kit but you may not and if you have it you may not be able to use it.
The UK reader should be aware that the Julian Alps require much more stamina than any mountain in the UK, the climbs are huge and the days are long.
Having just returned from the area I can recommend it - the book was excellent for providing ideas, just beware of the warning!