I see that the February 2009 issue of the Economic Journal has a set of reviews of One Economics, Many Recipes by three of my favorite economists, Jim Robinson, Rob Feenstra, and Jonathan Temple. OK, maybe I should have told them that they are among my favorite economists before they set out to write their reviews.
Seriously, I have little to complain about. All three reviews are extremely thoughtful, and when they give me a hard time, they do so fairly. Jim Robinson thinks I take welfare (second-best) economics too seriously and political economy not nearly seriously enough--and therefore place too much faith on the ability of governments to get things right. Rob Feenstra finds me glib and unconvincing in my critique of the free-trade orthodoxy and WTO rules. And Jon Temple frets that growth diagnostics needs to incorporate considerations of robustness before it can be applied usefully.
Happily, all say that there is some useful stuff in the book.
(I don't know if there are ungated versions of these reviews, so cannot provide direct links.)
P.S. Andres Rodriguez-Clare (another favorite economist!) has a review also in the February 2009 issue of the Journal of International Economics.