The new book is aimed at helping people decide what kind of Bible version to use. It follows recent publication of similar books which we have had listed on the Bookshelf of this blog, A User's Guide To Bible Translations: Making The Most Of Different Versions, by David Dewey (amazon.co.uk) by David Dewey, and What's In a Version, by Henry Neufeld.
Fee and Strauss' new book is scheduled for publication later this year. The Zondervan website lists many booksellers which will stock this book, including amazon.com from which you can pre-order the book, if you wish. (Amazon.com lists an earlier title which has been changed to the title shown on the Zondervan website.)
You can also listen to an mp3 file accessible from the Zondervan website in which Mark Strauss describes the new book and some of the translation issues the book will deal with.