I'm review a book The Handbook of Program Management, Dr. James T. Brown. It's a book about Program Management (from the title), but it's really a book about program success criteria.
Like some other book reviews, my style is to read every word and make comments on the sentences, paragraphs, and chapters they form. This is annoying to some. But a book is a powerful tool for moving forward in the profession of project management. Books can provide the needed tools for making this happen.
Here are some past reviews while waiting for this one.