I posted this on Monday, but it got eaten during a server upgrade. Luckily, the lemmings post didn't.
I'm very pleased to report that the third edition of my book has now shipped. As I've noted in the past (in a post I linked to in the first version of this post, but am too lazy to link to right now), the bulk of the work on the update was done by Nick Wienholt, a C# MVP. When the time came to work on an update, I had neither the time nor the mental ambition to spend time on it (ie I was burnt out), and Nick ably stepped into the breach, while I reviewed his additions and added a bit of seasoning here and there.
So, it's sort of a bittersweet moment for me - I'm unhappy that I wasn't as closely involved as I might have been, but happy that there's a new edition of a book that had become more than a bit dated - the second edition was completed shortly before Beta2 of the C# 1.0 shipped.
The second edition fixed a lot of problems in the first edition, but because it was only a second edition, Amazon wouldn't reset the reviews, so lots of the reviews were for the first edition. This time, they've decided for some unknown reason to consider the third edition to be a new book (probably because of the change in authorship).