Ok, I'm finally coming "out of the closet" on this one-- I hated this book! I felt that it was expensive for a slim paperback. I am addicted to socknitting--especially knitting socks on two circs--and this book was no help.
First of all-- if you want to learn how to do socks on two circs, ask Google and you'll get more than the 6 pictures this book gives you. As for instruction, you get a whopping 20 sentences. Two pages are devoted to teaching you the two circ method-- the rest is her patterns, many of which brag about all of her inventions that came to her in the night.
The most interesting pattern I could see had to do with a particular cuff that twists. Of course, she doesn't tell you how to make the cuff--she sends you off to buy another book for that info--she just tells you how apply a twist. On *another* occasion, she says, "Use this method to do a such and such (see page 36)," and when you get to page 36, she tells you to go find the method in question in some other knitting book. HELLO? Why did she send you to page 36 if she wasn't going to actually provide you with any information?
The patterns are not listed/described in any useful way-- I know of at least two people who owned the book but never knew that any of the patterns were toe-up until someone else pointed it out. I was so excited to get this book, but I was ten times as disappointed when I actually realized what I was getting. I would sell my copy but I honestly feel like I would be morally wrong to accept money for something this worthless. I'm sorry to be so blunt, but there's just no other way for me to say it.