ASP.NET 2.0 is great for designing dynamic Web pages. And, dynamic pages require a database. But, when it comes to finding a book to help you cope with ASP.NET and database, there are two problems. Firstly, there are very few books out there aimed at middle level developers: The majority of ASP.NET books are aimed either low—at novices and beginners—or high—at high intermediate or expert developers. Secondly, there are few books addressing database issues from the ASP.NET point of view. For example, there are many ADO.NET titles; but, the majority of them focus on Windows Forms applications. Read this book review of the Wrox title.