I think these positive reviews are fake.
There are many grammatical errors and it is a terrible read with very little substance.
The whole book is double spaced in large print, so it really is half the size.
Here is the part where I was tempted to throw the book across the room:
Chapter 7 "Object Oriented" (this chapter is one page)
"We won't get into this expression in details. ...
Python programmers can write high quality and modular code by using classes and objects.
With an object oriented language we can face the problem with a different approach."
Even a one page chapter is incongruent to itself.
You get what you pay for. In this case, a free web search is more valuable.