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When you see a small book with tiny writing you know the author's put as many useful tips and facts in to the book as they can.
Many, many areas of this problematic subject are covered but the explanations can get a little complicated and the images used aren't that big so it may not be a title a beginner wants to take a look at. But for the more advanced user, it's full of useful advice on equipment choices, the different types of light and post-production.
It doesn't look like the most exciting book in the world but if you're looking to improve your low light photography and expand your knowledge on the subject, it's well worth a read.