It's great writing, with excellent style and very fun to read.
Regarding closures, I agree with the author that most of us have been left "with the inaccurate impression that closures are only good for toy examples like counter."
If you know your way through the multiple flavours of Lisp this book becomes really interesting.
A mixed bag. Contains some interesting and worthwhile ideas. Also contains an equal number of broad, unsupported claims and idiosyncratic digressions. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Matthew B
This book is right up there with SICP and Lisp In Small Pieces. If you are serious about Lisp (any dialect) this book is one of the best.Published 10 months ago by angela m smith
This book is not for lisp newbie definitely. Introduce very unique techniques for macro programming.
Author must be true lisp lover. Read more