on 11 August 2015
Although there is not much more to say, I will still leave my review. (note: I have not finished the book yet)
This book is the "superbible" of C#. Even with the release of C# 6.0, this is what I believe still the best book to date. It is very thorough, and covers every little detail about the language. This raises the question: "is this the book I need?".
I would say yes, if you:
a) love learning/studying
b) want to become an expert in the field
d) need a reference book that you won't read from start to end
If you just want to learn the language and get started practically, I would opt for other options.
I also want to point out that it IS possible for readers without programming background to read this. You just have to dedicate time to it, meaning: Do not skip chapters!
Personally, I will read the entire book, but in time. With its 1700 pages it's not something you finish in a few days. Above that, every page is very dense.
Props to the author for writing this. He clearly knows his stuff and made us very happy :)