Ferraris succeeds where many have failed: a succinct, fresh, thorough but never dry examination of Kant's CPR (as well as some exploration of the other two critiques). This is probably the best intro/summary for Kant and Modern Philosophy students out there. As a bonus, near the end it turns out Ferraris is part of the New/Speculative Realism camp, and makes the case for a tradition of realism blossoming from Brentano, Meinong and Husserl (as does Graham Harman of AU Cairo). So . . a good intro to SR/OOO as well. A great read, I will probably hit this a second time very soon.