Probably the best of the books I've read on the subject, not too heavy on the technical aspects, written in a layman's way and easy to read. I'm always surprised at how little most other wrist-spinners know about their subject. But, this book along with watching videos should give you a good grounding in the subject. There's some interesting bits in here about practicing, dedication and commitment and the ever useful 'Going around the loop' analogy that helps with understanding all of the variations in the Wrist-spinner armoury. Plus one of the only, if not the definitive explanation of the Wrist-spinners back-spinning delivery... The Orthodox back-spinner.