on 26 May 2012
The content is good, and is in depth, and you'll probably find everything you look for in this book (for 1st and half of 2nd year at uni), and pages are coloured and lots of diagrams are included.
But, and a Big But,
The book is huge and the spine of the book is terrible (really weak) and the pages are like tracing paper, it feels like you're going to rip the paper just by turing it. Also its a soft back, for a book this big and heavy, it should,ve been a hardback! its impossible to hold in your hands.
Overall, great reference book to sit on your desk, but not so good to carry around in your bag everyday to lectures.
P.S. i don't really know the difference between this one and the non-international version, but i think this one has slightly for info in.