Here are a few links to recent coverage of Numbersense:
Arati Mejdal has an interesting list of 20 books, which should interest my readers: link
Albert Cairo selects it as one of his favorites of 2013: link. Pay attention to his recommendations for visual design books.
Rakesh Arya writes a review of the book, concluding: "The examples are quite apt with the topics and easily understood as they are explained in simple language without using the statistical jargons. It’s a good-read for those who are interested in behind-the-scene-theories and like to crunch numbers to find out the truth. But obviously it’s not a casual read." link.
In related news, my first book, Numbers Rule Your World, appeared in China (Mainland) this fall. I'm proud to be published by the press of Renmin University, one of the top schools in China.
There is a really nice article about the book. I'll translate it for you when I have time. If you can read Chinese, it's here. The title of the article is: "In the Big Data era, how should you analyze data?"
The book was chosen as one of the top Finance/Business books in the Chinese press. (link)
To gift Numbersense or Numbers Rule Your World to your data-loving friends for the holidays, you can click any of these links: