This is a nice treatse on Satellite Geodesy and a great reference for Orbital Mechanics. Well-organized with excellent derivations. It would be nice if there were occasionally a few more steps or some more explanatory text, but as a compact, thorough monograph it fills the bill.
There are a couple of typos and cautions for readers (and programmers) in Table 1 of the inclination functions. Denominators in the Table are a little ambiguous -- they generally refer to division of the whole term, and NOT the argument of the trig functions. There are 2 typos in the table:
l=4, m=2, p=0 READS "...sin(i)..." and the sin function SHOULD be squared.
l=4, m=2, p=2 READS "...+..." in the function and SHOULD be a minus sign instead.
The expression for the inclination function immediately before the Table 1 is correct and while a little difficult to implement, it will reproduce the Table when programmed correctly.
The section on Orbital Resonances is valuable, and seldom seen in other texts. In my job, I had to generalize Kaula's example for Geosynch spacecraft to the GPS satellites. It would have been nice to have more "hints" on how to do this, but there was enough information here -- I just had to "dig it out".