Below are links to the Kindle version at all Amazon sites and also links to the print version for those Amazon sites that carry it. Links to reviews will be updated as more reviews appear. The book does have a Facebook page at which I from time to time post notes of interest to shavers.
Prices have been set low in hopes that the book will be purchased by those still considering whether to switch to DE shaving, rather than postponing the purchase until they’re sure they like DE shaving. The reason for an early purchase is that the book provides information to help with the initial choices—the various options in choosing a shaving kit and the trade-offs to consider—as well as detailed information make the transition to traditional wetshaving an enjoyable success.
I first started writing the book with the goal of creating the sort of guide that I wish I had had when I resumed wetshaving. Each edition included more information and reflected a greater understanding, and with this final edition, I think I have achieved my goal: this is the very book I would have wanted to have when I first began traditional wetshaving with a double-edge razor.
The book is available from the CreateSpace eStore in addition to the sites listed below.
Reader reviews will accumulate in time. If you do read the book, think about writing the sort of informative review that you would like to have read before your own purchase: help out the next guy. That is, write a review in the same way I wrote the book: creating the review that would have been ideal for you to have read.
This current (7th) edition is an extension and refinement of the 6th edition, and so 6th edition reviews do to a great extent apply to the 7th edition.
The independent blog Why I Wet Shave has two posts in which a variety of books on wetshaving are reviewed. I have no connection with the blog and was surprised (but pleased) by the reviews: