Much thanks to John Kieschnick for providing a thorough review of a book in a category that often goes overlooked.
Prof. Kieschnick has introduced as a lexicographical resource Paul Kroll's Student's Dictionary. I would like to add the suggestion, in terms of dictionary resources, that learners of Buddhist classical Chinese will probably find a far greater coverage of Buddhist-related terminology in the online Digital Dictionary of Buddhism, along with a fairly strong coverage of Confucian and Daoist terms in its companion CJKV-English Dictionary, both of which are still growing rapidly based on crowdsourcing from the field.
Thank you very much for this review, which I think is very fair. I completely agree that different kinds of students might prefer different kinds of approaches, and the more options that are available the better. May I also draw attention to the fact that we are currently building resources for users of the reader, including audio recordings of the text extracts, a forum for students and instructors, additional references and links, and draft translations. Unfortunately a link to these resources was not included in the published book. However they can be accessed on my website at lockgraham.com