I have only read the first few pages, but looking at the marvellous collection of photo's this is by far the best book on Mod culture. I was pleased to see my photo's on page 8 as a Teddy Boy, and page 19 as a Mod in 1960. I can't recall just how long ago that I spoke to the author, but he must have considered my memories of my youth worth including. I talk about what I wore on pages 11, 12 and 13, and I must say that I am thrilled.
It is great. Some of the pictures are on the small side as others have commented but there are so many, the book would have been huge otherwise. There's two other books that are not so well known but which I recommend in my review: "In The Lap Of The Mods" which is the story of The Action by Ian Hebditch and "Central 1179" by Keith Rylatt and Phil Scott (story of the Twisted Wheel club in Manchester). But this one is better!