The authors seem to love the sound of their own words. The book (or at least the first quarter, which is all I could listen to) consists of assertions about how companies will need to radically change to meet the challenge of the internet. They may be right, but they provide neither data nor argument to support their positions.
If you like to read "manifestos" generally, perhaps the arrogance of the authors will not bother you, but it did bother me.
Stieg Larson has written two outstanding books already released in this series, with a third on the way. A fourth book in the series is supposed to have been partly written before the author's death, but with little hope of its release. I recommend this book and its predecessor wholeheartedly, and look forward to the release of their successor.
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