Questionable content, unsubstantiated speculation, and apparently delusional as per his extensive sections on runic projection. Yes, one can successfully use the runes (as well as tarot and skrying) to project, but the circumstances Cooper alleges are unlike anything I've heard from any other source. I believe that many of his astral exploits are fantasy presented as fact . . . they read like a poorly written "swords & sorcery" novel! A little bit of good information, but very tedious reading . . . it kept putting me to sleep! Not recommended.
If you've read anything published by Llewellyn in the last ten years, you pretty much know what to expect from this.
A cutesy cartoon cover designed to appeal to the teens and stunted young adults that form Llewellyn's core audience. The Norseman on the cover is the runic equivalent of Silver Ravenwolf's "Barbie on a broomstick".
Information that is inconsistent, unsubstantiated, or unexplained (for example the author does not spend any time telling the reader why the given names of the runes do not correspond to most other books).
Writing at a sixth grade reading level at best.
Llewellyn has managed to insult my intelligence - indeed, that of all self respecting Witches and occultists - yet again. So why two stars instead of one? Only because there is nothing in here that will cause harm to the newbie. Even so, you are better off sticking with Thorsson.