It's a well presented book, but most of the pages include maps of lunar surface that lack detail and are to small for an usable observation. If you are looking for a Moon atlas, a better option is to download maps from the internet. Lunar and Planetary Institute for instance, has some excellent Lunar Charts. I could only recomend the book if you were a fanatic of Clementine mission, but otherwise it is better to look elsewhere.
Excellent. A must for all people interested in the moon. The only slight bug bear is that some of the images towards the beginning are so compressed that they lack detail. Other than that an excellent book. The text is easy to read, the Clementine mission well described, & the charts treat the near & far sides of the moon equally in stunning detail. The charts are shown with actual Clementine images & a labled airbrush map. There are a few minor mistakes on the airbrush maps, but the authors do mention this & to be honest, you would really have to look very hard to find them. If you do find any, then obviously the Clementine image map is the correct one. Would love to see this kind of publication for Venus, Mars, Io, Ganymede, etc.