The book is a thin, moderately priced book, but has a satisfying level of content & explanation of semi -introductory undergraduate 'Linear Algebra'.
How does it help students to grasp this topic?
'Linear Algebra' as a topic has a reputation of being hard-work for introductory undergrad. students, but this book excels in zipping together topics that seem isolated, and eventually come together. The explanations (i. m. h. o) can be made bit harder to fathom when the subscripts fonts size for 'i' are indistinguishable from '1'. This is just a minor problem, but when this is solved the book is a great book and i have enjoyed the time spent studying this area.
When i consider the cost of this book and the content quality, this is a fine book of the few needed to crack 'Linear Algebra' topics on the way to Galois Theory.