This book is ok, but I just can't get into all the pictures of her plastered all over every page of this book. It's just basically her sitting around with her mouth wide open and then beautifully photographed dishes and the recipes, which is done pretty well. The recipes themselves are really good, she basically found a way to make common dishes paleo, which is fantastic. There is room on the pages for additions or modifications and you can write down your notes. There is also a lot of blurbing and commenting on her part on many pages. I'm just not into the whole 'blog-in-a-book' thing, I was just looking for recipes and had found some good ones on her site in the past. But the book itself wasn't what I was expecting.
Also, I'm trying to find a paleo book that has substitution recommendations because I can't use eggs or almonds (including almond flour!) due to allergies, and it's really hard for me personally to figure out how to replace everything, and it's hard to find an author who has experimented with different flours or home made paleo egg-replacers. Since basically every other recipe called for something I was allergic to or that I don't consider fully paleo, I was hard-pressed to find one that I didn't need to modify.
The quality of the book was kinda like... those "Idiots Guide to" series of books, whereas you pay a higher price than other books of the same genre, but the pages are really thin. This sort of reminded me of that. And also the pages were full of pictures of the author which was just really distracting and not really setting the mood for cooking. Very well done, mind you, but distracting and not what I generally look for in a recipe book.