Well, I wrote this book, so don't look for an objective review here!
I've heard a lot of statements over the years about how the Bible is filled with scientific and historical errors and internal contradictions. But in almost every case, when I looked for details, the problems evaporated. Criticisms often turned out to be based on "absolutely no benefit of the doubt" assumptions, or arguments that boil down to "I don't care what evidence you offer -- that just sounds unlikely to me and I refuse to believe it".
So I decided to put together a book listing a bunch of these criticisms and giving my reply to each. I've collected information from a variety of sources, including science, ancient historical writings, archaeology, even a little bit of mathematics.
And yes, there are some criticisms that really have some validity and that are tough to answer. I've included those in the book because they are, after all, the most interesting.