I enjoyed this book, the argument against the New Testament was interesting and very thorough. I learnt several new facts about the literature, and found the discussion good. However, I was hoping for more information on the "other" gospels and writings as I know little about what they contain. Also, I found the use of swearing and capital letters to be unnecessary, I got the point, I didn't need to be beaten over the head with it. But the worse thing was the number of grammatical errors, spelling mistakes and some words that were obviously completely wrong for the sentence. Did no-one edit this book? If they did, they should be sacked or made to pay back any money they got. It made the reading much harder than it should have been and was a constant irritation to a good book.