This 8 page PDF (10 with cover and multi-page OGC declaration) provides 18 Archer feats, providing additional specialization and abilities for bow/crossbow using characters without having to commit to a prestige class.
The feats include Aim for the Clouds (oddly named caster distraction bowshot), As You Know Your Enemy?(Bonus to attack after studying enemy for 1 round), Bane of My Enemy (take damage to self to imbue weapon with Bane ability against favored enemy), Blood of the Ancients (take damage to self to imbue weapon with +1 magic, Elven only), Born to the Bow (+1 attack with one type of bow, bowyer is class skill, only at 1st level), Careful Aim (Take penalty to initiative for bonus to hit), Craft Magic Arrows (reduced cost to craft magic arrows), Distraction Shot (expend attack to gain bonus to hit and damage with following attack), Grace Under Fire (Take ? dex penalty to attack to gain damage), Instill Arrow (sacrifice spell to imbue arrow with magic enhancement), Know Your Weapon?(expend attack to gain bonuses against one opponent), Master Bowyer (bonus to craft: Bowyer, flat +3, twice your DEX mod would be better), Power Shot (like Power attack), Ring the Bell (cause an opponent to act as shaken on successful hit), Skill of the Master (Favored enemy enhancement), Stunning Shot (Epic feat that causes target to be stunned), Trick Shot (reduce cover penalty against concealed target) , Until You See the Whites of Their Eyes (make ranged attack without provoking AoO).
The Feats seem pretty well balanced, some having some rather steep requirements, thus only characters of significant level will be able to attain them, which makes them likely to be on par with any prestige class or similar high level ability. For instance, the requirements for Distraction Shot, giving you a bonus of +3 to hit and +5 to damage on following shot if you successfully hit with the distracting shot, are Dex 15+, Point Blank Shot, Far Shot, Base Attack Bonus 6+.
The PDF itself is laid out in a two column format with a solid black header and footer bar with the product title and the company name, page number, and author name in bright green, respectively. (Both the print and screen versions have these, so much for saving ink. The print version is merely set in portrait mode versus screen landscape mode.) The Feat section titles are done in a red font, the body font is easy enough to read serif font. There are a few small pieces of art throughout the text, a couple clip art pieces of bows & arrows, a few line art pieces of archers. The art is of decent quality but not outstanding or noteworthy.
Overall this is a solid product, with some useful and worthwhile archer specific feats for players who want to play an Archer character without being tied to a Prestige Class or such. So, if you are looking to make your fighter or ranger an ?Archer?, then give this a look.
LIKED: Distracting Shot, Ring the Bell
DISLIKED: No Ink savings on the print version!
QUALITY: Very Good
[THIS REVIEW WAS EDITED]