Seeking reviews on book: Uncertainty - The soul of modern probability and statistics, by William Briggs

I wanted to delve into the more theoretical foundations of Statistics and Probability, for which I stumbled upon a book by William Briggs, titled "Uncertainty - The soul of modern probability and statistics", by William Briggs.

I looked for reviews on Amazon and elsewhere, which suggest the book is worth reading, and that the subject (as mentioned in the book's title) has not been dealt with by a misinformed professional (for example, how some Statisticians fail to understand NHST).
But I was not sure if the reviewers were accomplished and knowledgeable Statisticians.

Hence the thread here.
So could anybody who has read the book kindly shed some light on the book's accuracy, whether it is worth reading?