I picked up the paper back edition of this book by French Historian Henry Houssaye quite inexpensively on Amazon. With the anniversaries of the 1814 battles upcoming, I figure that I should do at least one of them. This is a part of the Napoleonic Wars that I have not gamed thus far, and I was looking for source material and inspiration. Subtitled "The Classic History of the End of the Napoleonic Epoch", the date of publication is not given, but the translation was done in 1914 - one hundred years ago! I found the book to be a reasonable read. It certainly covers the Military aspects, but really goes into comparatively little detail. There are basic orders of battle provided for several stages of the campaign, but the most detailed they ever get is strengths at the Brigade level, and mostly at the Divisional level or higher. The big thing the book is missing, though, is... maps. Not only is there not a single map of any of the battles discussed, far worse, there is not even a basic map of the theater of war! There is nothing more frustrating than trying to appreciate the strategic moves of the multiple armies and corps without a single map! Granted, I could hunt up a map of France to use with the book, but what excuse is there for publishing a book and translation that is already in the public domain without at least an operational map? The book does a much better job of covering the very complex politics and intrigues between the various Allied powers, Fouche, Talleyrand, the Royalists, etc., as well as the various peace negotiations, which neither side really ever took seriously until Napoleon's abdication ended the conflict.
Overall, I don't regret buying or reading the account, but I will need to look elsewhere for information usable to recreate any of the actions of the 1814 campaign. The 1814 chapters of Chandler's The Campaigns of Napoleon are far more useful for our purposes... and they do come with maps!
ADD August 20, 2013: see the comment by James about versions of this book with the maps, including free pdf's. Avoid this publisher's version (if you want maps)!