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Very interesting and well-written. Offers unique and intriguing analysis for important findings. Even though, too much is written about unrelated issues such as the author's biography, which far from boring but doesn't help you learn about the executive brain.
Just remember: this is not a textbook! It is not an overview of the frontal lobes' function, and it doesn't contain very technical information and explicit analysis. It isn't even a good source for references, since there are so few experiments mentioned in the book, most of them done by Goldberg. All of this is perfectly fine if you either have background in neuroscience or you're a naive reader wishing to have some nice and easy reading. If you want to become a neuroscientist buy Stuss & Knight's "Principles of Frontal Lobe Function".