I loved it. A clear and very logically laid out guide to the big ideas in Maimonides's Guide for the Perplexed, Mishneh Torah, Book of Commandments and the Commentary on the Mishnah. The biographical stuff is also good and provides an insight into the formation of the subject's worldview. This really is a book of ideas, though. It also does well in explaining what position Maimonides intended his halakhic works to have in Jewish life, and his reconciliation of Aristotelian philosophy with Judaism.