Quite good – until you get to the reptiles.
Then mostly bogus in that it follows Carroll (1988) in putting Diadectomorphs as the outgroup to the Amniota (when its an ingroup) and includes mesosaurs with parareptiles, which we discussed earlier, among several other misfit nestings. There is no mention of Gephyrostegus and Cephalerpeton, which nest at the base of the Reptilia in the large reptile tree. And Longisquama is pictured gliding with paired plumes outstretched horizontally.
You get the picture. This is old school data.
Steyer S 2012. Earth Before the Dinosaurs. Indiana University Press. 182pp.