Please don't waste your money on this expensive book if you are looking for an easy, simple, and well structured introduction to options.
The first example of options in the book is a "covered call" where you both buy a stock and an option at the same time....a couple of pages later we have an example of actually being the option writer......all interspersed with examples examples of the other extreme, such as "this is an options symbol."
Maybe the information is in the book and it is just that the author has failed to organize it into a meaningful and well structured graded format, but as it stands now the book is basically unreadable if you are a beginner looking for an "easy" introduction to options, as the title would lead you to believe.
I feel the book is very basic in nature. First four chapters get into a basic of other things which other books may already cover in detail. The other grudge I had is not using live examples. i.e. Trades conducted by the author himself or recommended to readers or friends during his trading career. Overall, disappointed with the price of book against the delivered content, because the basic stuff can be looked from CBOE website itself.