PROS: The book is organized by arrondissements (think: big neighborhoods or zones in Paris), so no matter where you are in Paris, you can quickly go to that chapter from the table of contents to find a restaurant there. (NOTE: this feature only works on an actual Kindle. If you're using kindle reader on an iphone, etc. you can't do this, you'll have to scroll--bummer).
If you have not yet booked your accomodations, this could be helpful in assisting you where you might want to stay in Paris -- stay in an arrondissement with food options.
CONS: Some of the arrondissements have NO listings, or only one little one like a falafel stand.
There is little information about what to do for food outside of these establishments. While a handful of specialty markets are noted, the reality is almost every supermarket or mini market has an assortment of vegan yogurts (sojasun), vegan puddings (sojasun), even vegan "TV dinners" (plus grains, canned beans, rice cakes, fruits, vegetables, soy milks, rice milks, baugettes, bread, jam, and a variety of other foods) for the vegan traveler who can't afford or does not want to spend all of their time in Paris tracking around paris to go to a restaurant.
There is also no mention of the many restaurants, especially in touristy areas or hotels, that have vegetarian icons on their menu -- or even vegetarian plates of the day. While they are not always vegan, they often can be made vegan...
No info on whether it really is "offensive" to ask for substutitions (as the reputation goes) or if it would be better to say you have an allergy.
No helpful french phrases, no helpful lingos or words, or things to look for or look out for.
There are many awesome "Accidentally vegan" foods in France (chocolate covered rice cakes!) but unless you speak French, you couldn't read the label to know. A list of these, or even a list of brands (like for soymilk and almond milk) and where to find them in the store would be helpful for the reader.
Lastly, I found many vegan or veg-friendly restaurants by simply googling that were not in this book. Like Hank's all-vegan burger stand that should not be missed, even if you have to take 5 subway lines to get to it.
Hopefully the author will update or relase a more comprehensive second edition :D