As stated on the back cover, the “Fast Facts” series aims at “keeping you up-to-date with best practice when time is at a premium.” The format for each chapter combines text, figures, tables, photographs, a list called “key facts,” and a list of “key references” into a cohesive array of teaching modalities that is far different from the usual monotony of medical textbooks. The photographs and many of the figures are in full color and beautifully reproduced, and the fonts employed are relatively large and easy on the eyes. A table of contents appears on the front cover, with color-keyed tabs allowing the reader to easily navigate to a chapter of interest. The chapters divide the subject of obstructive sleep apnea into the standard subtopics found in any textbook of clinical medicine: epidemiology and risk factors, clinical presentation, medical complications, diagnosis, medical management, surgical management, and future trends. The authors are well-known scientists and practitioners of sleep medicine who are also sought-after speakers on the subject, not just because of their expertise but also because of their ability to render complex ideas into easily digestible prose. Thus, they represent a particularly ideal choice for authoring a book such as this.