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I have Sarah's book and I like it a lot. Not only does it contain really good explanations of features, but it also provides different ways that one might use those features. I have Thomas's Frame 6 book and I liked it too. I think that the books may complement each other but without having seen the Masters series book, I can't say for sure.
Hi, guys...I just ordered the upgrade to Frame, now I'm looking for a
reference book to go along with it. I'm experienced with Frame at the 5.5.6
level. Below are two books. The second one is not released yet. Before I
plop down 40-50 bucks, I'm looking for opinions on:
Is the first book by Sarah any good?
is it better to wait for the master's series book (and does anyone know
about when it is due out?)
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