The Tarrasch variation of the French Defense is reached after 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nd2.
This is one of the most possible treatments White has available. Using his typical funny and dynamic writing style, David shows that it is possible to play solidly but also remain with the dynamic elements Black has available. He recommends several creative lines, even a bit off the beaten track, but which he has very carefully worked out over the several years of his own practice.
Again, Miedema and his love for the French Defense shines through his second volume, the third and final being available at the end of this year.