I have been expecting this new book from Uncle Bob for quite a while so, as soon as I have got my copy, I rushed through it!
If you have no idea about who is this guy named Robert C. Martin and mainly expect people to "sent you teh codez", then you have to read this book. This will not transmogrify you into a craftsman but, at least, you will get a fair measure of the journey you still have to go through and be pointed in the right direction.
If you are familiar with Uncle Bob's writings and attend his conference talks, there will be no new concepts for you in this book. It will still be an insightful reading because of the extensive code samples and the refactoring sessions where you can actually follow the train of thoughts, and the actions they entail, as if you were in the master's head. It's like being John Malkovitch, but a little geekier.
The book itself is somewhat structurally challenged and lacks a little consistency, from a reader standpoint.
But who cares? As long as you can read this kind of stuff:
Clean code is not written by following a set of rules. You don't become a software craftsman by learning a list of heuristics. Professionalism and craftsmanship come from values that drive disciplines.... is the form so important?Robert C. Martin, Clean Code