Yes, this book is fine even if you are totally blind; I've used this myself.
Now, I'd like to tell you one thing. In computer world, the number of accessible programs and resources is increasing, but still it's very less than desired. E.G. there are millions of games available for sited people to play, but how many of those are accessible? maybe a few in the tens out of billions. But desire is a very strong driving force. Sited people weren't interested in making games accessible, so people went on making audio games. Yes , I know these are outnumbered and aren't as good as mainstream ones in quality, but they are improving. So my point?
A desire is everything you'd ever need. Think about this issue like this:
There are two students. One of them is highly rich, he has every facility you can imagine for achieving optimum education, whilst the other one belongs to a very poor family, and he barely can buy his school books. But rich student in the example, has no desire to get that education. He constantly keeps himself involved things totally unrelated to education and keeps wasting his time. While the other one has a burning desire to get success and to provide a better living to his family. And one day, the student who had nothing is successful, and the other one? it's obvious what happened with him.
and why was he unsuccessful is very obvious as well. Yes he has everything. But did those resources can do anything on their own if the user of them isn't making any use of them?
There is no need to find resources which specifically are made for the blind. Pick mainstream resources and drive yourself through. Something isn't accessible? try to locate a substitute for that particular thing. That's all.
For us, our desire is our strongest force. Make well use of it and you will have mastered any programming language you choose one day.
There once was a moviestar icon.
Who prefered to sleep with the light on.
They learnt how to code, devices sure glowed,
and lit the night using python.