Don't know if this is the right forum to put this in. I picked up the "Linux Pocket Guide" from oreilly written by Daniel J. Barrett. It has some small overviews of different aspects of linux, mostly geared towards fedora and a plethora of command and what they do. Its about two hundred pages and the dimensions are close to a pocket dictionary. Definately useful to me, ive been working with Linuc for a few months now but theres thousands of commands and memorizing them isnt easy to say the least, definately useful for me. I tried posting this in the review forum but I dont have permission

Book cost $9.95 USD