This review by Ori Simchen is fascinating philosophically and sociologically--it gives a lovely sense of the historic, geographic differences in 20th century (analytical) philosophy of language. (I assume these are fading, but one never knows.) However, the review doesn't adequately convey and evaluate the contents of the book. We learn more about what's not in the book than what is included. (I discerned the name of just one chapter author.) Now, I love reviews that have a sense of personality and a vision. But reviewers have a duty to the profession to help possible readers know what is to be found in the volume, and if it is any good.
A perusal of the volume's TOC at Amazon taught me, sadly, that all the contributors to the volume are boys (although diverse and impressive in other ways); so are all the key thinkers covered.