2 book in 2 weeks. Looking great.
Full review will come later when I get my hard copy that I can take to places where the computer is not. But I've read parts of it in the e-book version;
If Pentaho Solutions is the book I'd kill for 2 years ago, Pentaho Reporting 3.5 for Java Developers is the book I want and need now. Will Gorman's book comes in a perfect timing: Pentaho 3.5 is near GA (stable version, for the ones who still didn't understand Pentaho's naming sistem - believe me, takes time to get used to), and ships the newest version of the reporting engine. Thomas Morgner and his team did a great refactor and it's by far one of the biggest improvements done in years.
So, we have a new and much improved reporting engine that comes at the same time as a book that explains in detail how to use it. Who can ask for more?