This book, which is number 61 in this Osprey series, gives an outstanding overview of the entire campaign. It is an easy read in which the narrative moves quickly.
The author, Bryan Perrett, does a great job of highlighting the fascinating aspects of this campaign. It was an outstanding success for General Allenby because he fought a combined arms battle. The author points out its similarities to a World War II blitzkrieg. One particularly fascinating action was the destruction of the Turkish 7th army on September 21, 1918 as they retreated down the Wadi Far'a. The army was destroyed by British airpower. This action bears a strong resemblance to the destruction of the Iraqi army as they evacuated Kuwait during the Persian Gulf War. The author even noted this comparison on pg 86. Unfortunately, he would have benefited from better editing. He incorrectly refers to the 1991 campaign as Operation Desert "Sword", instead of Desert Storm.
The book has an abundance of outstanding photos. They cover everything from people, to action scenes, to equipment. There are five 2D tactical maps and three 3D BEV maps. The 2D maps are uncluttered and well done. The 3D BEV maps could have been better. The notes are difficult to read in chronological order. Nevertheless, they do provide a solid view of the battles of Samakh, the Capture of Haifa, and the initial breakthrough. The book has several full color battle scenes. The descriptive notes are copied verbatim from the text. By repeating the text, the reader can easily associate the image to the narrative on the previous page.
Bottom line, this is an outstanding book. It does suffer from a few minor editorial shortcomings. That said, the narrative moves quickly and the reader should have no trouble in following the course of this campaign.