Anybody buying this book should not expect a Björk biography, nor especially any reference to her music. Published coincidentally with her last album Vespertine, it should better be considered an artefact, or perhaps an iconography, showing the ways in which many different and talented people have presented Björk to her eager fan-base.
The book is presented in three distinct sections, photographs, written word and finally short series of art/photography produced for Björk by people she has collaborated with previously. The photographs especially have been well selected and show dramatically how differently one person can be represented, depending on the directing artist.
It is worth noting that unlike many books produced for the pop market to simply sell more records, this book has a much more artistic feel and has benefited very much from Björk's personal involvement in it's production.
There is a genuinely high standard of production to the finished article and whilst it will appeal instantly to the Björk fandom, it should interest others, especially as an example of how far the music / art package has developed to market an individual artist.