It's good to see this book back in print, and at a relatively reasonable price for a book with a specialist type-face and a very limited market. Make no mistake, this book is in Aramaic, and as such was never really designed for the general reader. It contains the standard Targums - the Aramaic paraphrases of the Hebrew Bible which were used from around the time of Jesus when Hebrew had become a literary language. If the book has a weakness, it is that it contains only the rather literal Targum Onkelos for the Torah, without making very much reference to the more lively 'Palestinian' targum tradition as represented by Pseudo-Jonathan and Neophyti. If this means nothing to you, then this book is probably not for you, but if you have an interest in early Jewish studies, or are working closely with the text of the Hebrew Bible itself, then this book perhaps ought to be within reach.