I'm not sure how many stars to give because I'm not sure which book the listing is for.
The blurb shows the tune list from volume one of Joe Washington's two-volume "Beatles for Classical Guitar" books that came out in either the late 70's or early 80's and deserve all the praise other reviewers have given them. Interesting, artful arrangements by someone who clearly understood the expressive potential of the nylon-string guitar.
The "Look Inside", however shows an edition of "Beatles for Classical Guitar" arranged by Larry Beekman. With all due respect to Mr. Beekman, while his choice of tunes rivals Joe Washington's, his arranging skill does not.
Beekman's book contains 30 tunes while the listing for Washington's looks like it only includes his volume one. If the listing is in fact for Washington's book, it's a shame they don't bundle the smaller volume two with it.
So which one comes if you order? That's the mystery question. All of these books are notation-only.
If steel-string is your thing, an even more troubling situation exists with "Fingerpicking Beatles", shown as a companion item. The original Amsco edition was by Eric Schoenberg, who was (and hopefully still is) a marvelous ragtime-style player whose Beatles arrangements were completely idiomatic yet rich enough to put the songs across. Unlike Juber, Schoenberg stuck closely to and around standard tuning.
The "revised edition" of "Fingerpicking Beatles" by Hal Leonard is a no-name disaster that appeares to have done by a keyboard player with limited understanding
of the guitar. If you can find a used copy of Schoenberg's original, go for it, otherwise steer clear.