Although Mircea's first book did a decent job in outlining the theory of pitchfork, I found that his book was very painful to read and difficult to understand for the following reasions :
1)His chart examples were all over the place suggesting very little thought made to layout. Any reference to a particular chart tends to be found several pages away so there was a lot of flipping the pages back and forth. This issue was common throughout the book.
2)His writing style tends to be wordy but repetitive in nature without getting to the point.
3)His charts were very cluttered with bollinger bands, moving averages, etc and has very little do to do with the subject matter. He might have used them for his own trading but is not good for presenting his ideas on pitchfork in a book since they were not relevant.