Most of the book is applicable regardless of what the OS is, as it seems to teach you the fundamentals of reading ASM and recognising code patterns in binaries. It even has a full chapter in OS-specific reversing.
Perhaps this is a bit off topic, but why do so many people prefer PDF to Epub, even though Epub seems so much more superior with features like text zoom?
It's a tragedy that PDF to Epub conversion is generally not that good, I really wish more publishers (and selfpublishing authors!) would consider selling epubs as well.
At least I am yet to find one that can handle PDFs as easy as epub/mobi.
Somehow I suspect it is related with royalties to Adobe.
Reading standard screens is impossible in full daylight and also leads to sore eyes.