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I've made it about half way through the book so far and have found it very informative. So far, it is my favorite book (out of 5 I own) on AX 2012.
Although I have found a couple paragraphs that are basically direct quotes lifted from the MS documentation for AX 2012, the vast majority of the content is original (that is, it is not recognizable (to me) as direct copy-and-paste from existing documentation).
Further, there is information in the book that I have not run across in any of my reading of MS documentation or MS Customer Source training modules.
Here is my current ranking of AX 2012 books that I've bought and received so far.
1) Glad I bought
a. Inside Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (The Microsoft Dynamics AX Team)
Aimed at developers and administrators
b. Using Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012: 2nd Edition (Andreas Luszczak)
Aimed at users
c. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Development Cookbook (Mindaugas Pocius)
Aimed at developers. Unique information (X++ code and tips) I've not found elsewhere.
2) Sort of wish I had not bought
a. Introduction to Dynamics AX 2012 (Stefan Ramso)
Aimed at users. Nothing wrong with the book, but, personally, I believe the above 'Using Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012: 2nd Edition' is a good bit better, and the two books are about the same price.
3) Sorry that I bought
a. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Security How-To (Ahmed Mohamed Rafik Moustafa)
Aimed at administrators. A waste of money (you can read more in my review of the book here are Amazon).