I’m not sure I’d recommend this book.
It’s not a “how to” book, and it’s not terribly entertaining either.
It is, however, an attempt to do something interesting.
I think it’s an interesting book, even if it’s just a “whoa” moment that makes you think: This is what I’m going to learn, this is what you need to know about hacking.
You’ll find out what it’s like to learn about a topic you’re interested in, what you can learn from people who have done it, and what you’re likely to learn from yourself.
It has the kind of practical and analytical elements you’ll find in a great book on programming, and you’ll also find in this book a few bits of humor.
If you’re looking for a practical, well-researched book, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
However, the author isn’t without her faults, and she doesn’t always get the points she wants to make.
That being said, the book is worth a read.