le 4 février 2013
This is a book that keeps growing in value over time. Already the first edition authored by Aaron Summerscale in 1998 was a most valuable contribution to the range of resources at the disposal of amateur club players (and beyond: in some instances Grand Masters too have been known to either succumb or make use of those resources.) It gained in stature when it was completely revised and updated by Sverre Johnsen in 2010 (he quite modestly refers to himself as an "updater", but in fact did a lot more to to preserve the rating of the book as a first-rate tool (for use by the same target group.) Further significant finishing touches were brought to bear in 2012 by the publishers of the electronic edition, so that it now constitutes a very finely honed repertoire for players with a penchant for d-pawn attacks, written from the point of view of White.
One niggle: it would appear that the Kindle edition can be neither printed out nor converted into a format (e.g. PDF) that can. This is a nuisance since at times it may be useful to have a printout of the odd game for study while away from the computer or smartphone.