Sir Anthony Kenny very kindly reviews The Last Superstition in the July 22 issue of The Times Literary Supplement. From the review:
Edward Feser’s book The Last Superstition sets out to give a definitive death blow to all of [the New Atheists] at once.
In this good cause he does not hesitate to use the same weapons as his atheist adversaries: tendentious paraphrase, imputation of bad faith, outright insult. Fortunately, the book contains far more argument than invective, and in order to keep the reader’s attention Feser has no need to descend to vulgar abuse, because he has the rare and enviable gift of making philosophical argument compulsively readable. The book fascinates because of the boldness of its metaphysical claims combined with the density of the arguments offered in their support. One of its major merits is to present a forceful revisionist picture of the entire history of Western philosophy.