I book this book with high hopes. I was somewhat displeased with it, having ordered it over the internet. First of all, I thought that the book was hardcover. I was incorrect. But that is no big deal. However, the book is rather shallow in some places. The short adventures inside are cool enough, but they have a real feel of "standard dungeoncrawl material" to them. It's almost like they tried to submit this stuff to Dungeon Magazine and it all got rejected, so they put it in a D20 module. I'm not saying that this book is a waste of time. I'm simply saying that it could have been a whole lot better in content. However, on the side of merit, the artwork is great, the larger part of the writing is excellent, and S&S does include a "ultra-secret password" inside that allows you to download Web Enhancements from their website to update and enchance the book. Overall, I'd say that it's one of those books that I will use in my D&D campiagn sooner or later, but for now I've read through it and it's sitting on my shelf to be used later.