There were a few noteworthy observations here, but each of the arguments presented could quite easily be turned and used against Holding -- so don't purchase this booklet expecting to find a resounding defeat of eclipses and blood moons as a form of further "signs and validations" of God's sovereignty. Regardless of where one stands on this issue, the arguments herein are weak and easily turned.
Since Holding's eBook is so short, and it does cost more than some of the other books in this genre, it would be unfair to deconstruct it here as a review would end up covering most of the book's content. However, don't purchase it expecting too much.
The book could be summed up as... Hagee (80 percent of the booklet) and others find ways to sell books on prophesy, and by choosing to sell an eBook by a similar title, Holding too appears to be out to make a quick buck.
If you still wish to see what you will find, Holding does look at each of the Blood Moon Tetrads since the resurrection of Jesus to the present day. That is perhaps his greatest contribution to the debate.