In some other thread this was discussed. It is a highly useful book. It is not a bebop manual . Coltrane, lateef, mclaughlin, and holdsworth to name a few have spent time with this material. The bulk of it is a seemingly inexhaustible font of possibilities showcasing utility of the tritone.
I guess for jazz purposes, we can apply these ideas over the V chord ( at least ), right?again, it's not a manual for jazz. It is not a collection of licks. It feels like a tritone grammar book; with four basic types of prepositions ( that can be used sometimes together) . I like this line of thinking because it forces you to deal with structural elements vs. Being told how to sound legit. The raw data and cut and dryness is ( I believe ) what people find off putting. sure, it's a bunch of lists...like the van eps books. In an interview Kurt referred to the harmonic mechanisms series as phonebooks.... In a superlative sense .just go through the first 100+ lines and put a star next to the ones you dig and mess around.