Great book! It looks at the events in the British sector of the 1918 Western Front and covers views and decisions at the levels of the government in London, the British high command in France (i.e., Haig), and at the local fighting at division and lower levels. The book is definitely one-sided in its treatment of war actions-- it pretty much ignores the French.
The presentation is somewhat sterile in that it presents the 1918 attacks as well thought-out responses to the German offensive in March of 1918 and the subsequent British advances of August though November. The book just doesn't do a very good job of describing the sheer horror of warfare in 1918. Today, more a than a hundred years later, it's hard to fathom that Britain got involved in a continental war and conducted it in a manner that cost the country more than 700 thousand dead.
There is some discussion of the level of air power by 1918 and the associated air-ground attacks and aerial fighting but not much.