I grabbed this in one of my "pull something interesting off the 'new books' shelf in the library" stints, and proceeded to not get a chance to read it for two months. After renewing it twice, I finally picked it up and started reading.
Quite a fun read, especially for someone into computers like I am. It's really interesting how much Kevin's hacking skills were really just good social engineering skills. I feel like I recall reading or at least hearing about his book "The Art of Deception" (entirely about social engineering) in college, but that might be another fun read.
Interspersed throughout were some quite humorous tales, like the time he posed as 411 and told someone to dial a phone number containing 1/2, or the time he took a driver's test in a cab.