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From the PublisherFunction Theory in the Unit Ball of Cn
From the reviews: "…The book is easy on the reader. The prerequisites are minimal—just the standard graduate introduction to real analysis, complex analysis (one variable), and functional analysis. This presentation is unhurried and the author does most of the work. …certainly a valuable reference book, and (even though there are no exercises) could be used as a text in advanced courses."
R. Rochberg in Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society
"…an excellent introduction into one of the most active research fields of complex analysis. …As the author emphasizes, the principal ideas can be presented clearly and explicitly in the ball, specific theorems can be quickly proved and the reader arrives sooner and easier to understand and dominate a large area of facts, methods and problems at the research level. Extension to a general frame will be not difficult then. …His specific clarity and dynamic style stimulate the reader. Mathematics lives in the book: main ideas of theorems and proofs, essential features of the subjects, lines of further developments, problems and conjectures are continuously underlined. …Numerous examples throw light on the results as well as on the difficulties. …The book is accessible to a wide circle of readers requiring only advanced calculus, basic function theory of one complex variable, Lebesgue measure and integration and a little functional analysis. It is also extremely valuable to the specialist who finds in it a considerable amount of bibliographic material presented for the first time in a book which, at the same time, brings many contributions of the author.
C. Andreian Cazacu in Zentralblatt für Mathematik