There have been numerous books written on the subject of Karate, including many that claim to show an easy, step-by-step, way of becoming a black belt by the third chapter.
In a martial art such as Karate, it is extremely rare to find a book that can help the student with the physical aspect of Karate to any great degree.
However, every now and then a publication appears on the bookstands that can do just that.
One such book is this one. The following pages contain a wealth of information on the Kihon, Kata, and Kumite aspects of Traditional Shotokan.
Written in an easy to follow manner, and supplemented by an extremely comprehensive set of photographs, this handbook is easily one of the more superior publications available.