I wrote the Arduino Cookbook to help a broad range of readers that want examples and advice on solutions to common hardware and software problems that can arise when planning and building Arduino projects. I have had a lot of constructive feedback from readers and have not come across anyone else that felt the book was not easy to understand.
I would be interested to hear how you felt the book did not achieve its goals and how you think it could be improved.
Below is a summary of the feedback left by other readers on amazon.com (you can read the full reviews here: http://www.amazon.com/Arduino-Cookbook-Mi
--- Feedback from readers on Amazon.com:
This is an awesome tutorial, idea starter, and has a lot of background material to bring you up to speed, quickly. (Steve Spence)
This Comprehensive Sourcebook represents a novel and much needed addition to the Arduino literature. (Ira Laefsky)
A Great Book. I had to wait a long time for this book, but it was worth it. It is well written, broad in its topics and is a very useful reference. (Conor Power)
Outstanding Resource for Arduino Projects - I am extremely pleased with this book. (R. Guest)
It's the most useful -- and most easily comprehended -- book on programming I've read in a long time. (Pelagic)
The single best book on Arduino programming. So far it has answered every question I've had. (Norm)
This book has something for the newcomer as well as the experienced and I highly recommend it as an important reference for experimenters. (BobK)
This book is a MUST for Arduino users and a GREAT reference for interfacing anything to your Arduino. (Doyle Makeche)
Probably the most useful technical book I have in my library. (Jeremy Joel Diaz)
This book does it all, and very well. (Lawrence Own)