Canadian blogger Wayne Hurlbert (Blog Business World) reviewed the book positively:
Kaiser Fung walks the reader through the mysterious, but always intriguing world of applied statistics. His stories range from dispelling the popular myth of the average person, and why variation from that average is what is really important, to uncovering hidden nuances in numbers that may not be apparent at first glance. The author describes the trade offs that are made in a statistical world where probability precludes perfect accuracy.
His detailed review can be read here.
I was also interviewed by John Maciel on his KW Magazine radio show on March 17. This was broadcast on CKWR (Waterloo, Ontario). A podcast will be posted here when available.