reading this book you realize how poorly researched much of the material on jung is. this book is not really a _book_ so far as it is a copious collection of research notes with a thin veil of text holding it all together.
i think this is a good and needed thing, although the buyer should know what he is getting.
also, before i read the book i had heard that shamdasani was very pro-jung - he is - but i was glad to see a good measure of objectivity in his stance towards, and handling of, jung. the books on jung out there - both hostile and friendly - are sorely lacking in objectivity