The way they argue is so humourous I found myself laughing out loud despite myself...

This book is priceless. The way in which it gets straight to the most important points and then how it shows the wider argument (including all the subtle shades) and gives the depth of the sources for the reader to verify (if they so choose) is an art. One can keep it as simple or make it as complex as you wish. The sources alone are a valuable resource.

Those who say the ordering of this quran is difficult to understand, in my opinion either; 1) Did not read the extensive and simply argued introduction, or 2) Are lying.

I could think of other explanations if I tried hard, but those are the main two. Either way, please feel free to ignore their trolling and (having read the book) let me know if their review or mine was closest to the truth.