University of Chicago Press, it's 176 pages and will be available in paperback format.
The book contains a lengthy foreword by Edward Gray with some chilling observations and comparisons between Paine's time and the embattled political landscape in the USA. Paine's stirring and no-nonsense observations are more relevant today than ever.
This is a good (if niche) read and I enjoyed both sampling a quote per day and reading large chunks of the quotes at a time. The quotes themselves were often choppy and taken out of the larger context. This would be a good source for readers to find interesting excerpts to follow up in the original contexts later, however.
This would be a good fit for students of history, philosophy, politics, current events or anyone concerned with the current political climate in the USA.
Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes