I don't know if book review is allowed in the site or not, but I am just starting with a position I found pretty confusing in his book.
[Event "?"] [Site "?"] [Date "????.??.??"] [Round "?"] [White "?"] [Black "?"] [Result "*"] [SetUp "1"] [FEN "3r1rk1/1ppn1qp1/2n1bp1p/p1b1p3/2N1P2N/2P1B1P1/PP2QPBP/3R1RK1 w - - 0 1"] 1. Rd5 Bxd5 2. exd5 Ne7 3. Nxa5 Bxe3 4. fxe3 Nxd5 5. Nf5 *
"2.Rd5!? (an imaginative try to infuse some energy into his position and regain the initiative-White is hoping for 2...Bxd5 3.exdS Ne7 4.Nxa5 Bxe3 S.fxe3 Nxd5 6.Nf5) 2...b6! ending the nonsense and leaving White in a quandary."
According to Silman, Rd5 was an inaccuracy whereas Stockfish says that it was the best move. And if you read the above text carefully then you will notice that Silman was trying to say that after 6. Nf5 White was better or the position is equal. But Stockfish says after Nf5 black is better. In reality, at some point the position was equal but Silman made it worse.
After the position, I am feeling like the book doesn't seem worth reading but IMHO, his other book (Silman's Complete Endgame Course: From Beginner to Master) was excellent and met Stockfish level as well.