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From the Publisher"It is very well written and organized, as would be expected of the author, who is renowned for an excellent expository style. The book could, and should, be used as a text for students aiming to do research in unstable homotopy theory. By the end of a thorough reading, a student would be well grounded in a suite of contemporary methods and would be ready to tackle research problems. The book's comprehensive nature also means that it is a wonderful reference for experts in the area. In conclusion, this is a very good book and anyone in the field ought to have it near to hand."
Stephen Theriault, Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society
"... provides a new generation of topologists with a readable and workmanlike collection of important techniques and results, arranged in a readable sequence, with many interesting applications (not available anywhere else in a single source) treated in a unified manner."
David A. Blanc, Mathematical Reviews