This review is for the electronic version. As with most e-books I buy, this one has some formatting issues. The formatting problems aren't significant enough to make the book unreadable, but they are distracting.
As for content, it's ok. I would not recommend this text to a well-founded believer. However, for those who are new to the faith, those who are searching, or those who are returning to the faith, this is a good quick read. It provides a good review of why we can have faith in the Bible. It does so without becoming overly academic or overly theological.
In light of the recent attacks (in popular novels, YouTube videos, etc.) against the authenticity, historicity, and accuracy of the Scriptures, this book is greatly needed to equip believers today. While many apologetic writings respond to questions regarding the canon, accuracy of manuscripts, number of copies available, etc., Sterrett and McDowell address other important elements (e.g., the accusation that biblical writers plagiarized from pagan mythology). I highly recommend this book!