This book is chock full of detailed information, references, and insight into one of the most interesting topics for the believer and non-believer alike (I'm the latter...the former might be a bit dismayed!).
The author has definitely done his homework, and writes in an interesting and engaging style. There are a few places where it is a bit "coloquial" and some editing could clean up a few things, but all in all I really enjoyed the book and in fact I'm reading it again because I want some of the details--and there are many of those--to stick in my grey matter.
If I could get ahold of the author, I'd encourage him to try to get it published in "mainstream" hardcover/paperback...I've a feeling it would make more of a splash on the religious landscape than even "The God Delusion".
I for one am now convinced more than ever that there never was a real person named Jesus Christ that inspired the Gospel events; to conclude otherwise after reading the book seems highly irrational. Merry Christmyth!