This was my second philosophical book. The first was Phaedo. Compared to Phaedo, I did not like Perry's arguments as much. Additionally, I wasn't sure what to get out of the book in the end. With the sudden ending, I was not sure what to take away from it. Does Perry want us to believe Cohen and Miller? Or Weirob? In either case, the abrupt ending and even Cohen's curiosity at whether the argument was flawed to begin with made me question the argument as a whole.
I did, however, find this to be an easier read than Phaedo.