This is a clear, concise guide to Web site architecture written with a sense of humor and whimsy that makes it an entertaining read.
Christina brushes aside pat answers and offers an extraordinarily sharp analysis of Web architecture based on what counts most: helping users find what they want.
Here's a book that offers important basic information on everything from organizing your content (she's exceptional at approaching a complex concept analytically) to deciding where on the page the links should go. And it's illustrated with loads of screen shots and examples from Web sites to help it all make sense.
I'd rank it an "A" or "A+++++++" on the eBay ranking scale.