* Second edition: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0387982582
* Third edition: https://www.amazon.com/dp/3319307657
I wonder whether widespread adoption of his book pushed editors to make it look flashier and watered down. The contents are the same though.
For better or worse, the 3rd edition formatting and styling is something I've come to mentally associate with low-quality cash-grab big-lecture-hall tomes designed and written by committee over the course of a dozen editions. I wonder if I would have written off the book when I was a student if I'd seen it in such a form.