Keith Code, I am sure, is as great as everyone says he is, and I am sure training with him would be a top shelf experience. But "A Twist of the Wrist" is not a good book.
Colloquial and inconsistent language. Use of jargon. It is written as if for a target audience that failed out of elementary school and seems like it was maybe written using speech-to-text software (no, you cannot write a book by dictating it). Not the first book I've read that had that flavour to it.
The first 6 - 7 chapters (that is as far as I have gotten so far ... it's such a painful read, I need to take breaks) could be reduced to a pamphlet of just a few pages. Endless repetition of specific words. Maybe language constructs like "point of timing", "product" and "sub-product" are common in the racing world but in this book they seem like a pointless diversion from the end goal. It's not about your "line", it's about your "product" and the "sub-products" and "PoTs" that make up the "product"? Argh.
Instead of taking you from point A to point B, Keith takes you through point C first, where point C is an entirely unnecessary collection of ideas and constructs that don't actually make your transition to point B any smoother.