I bought this partly for nostalgia for a long lost youth, and partly with the half-baked idea of revisiting that youth.
This book doesn't deliver on either count. The photographs haven't been replicated at all well, and occasional (but annoying) typographical errors have crept in. Worse than that, there is no coherent theme; the book is a merely a collection of a hotchpotch of articles loosely related to solo wargaming. There are, at least, one or two amusing interludes, for example page 39 says, "If you are a very patient man, so patient that you have managed, for example, to teach your wife to drive the family car...". 1973 (when this book for first published) was obviously a very different world compared to 2010.
For nostalgia, I think I'll stick to my venerable and well thumbed copies of War Games by Featherstone, and to my all time favourite, The War Game, by Charles Grant. As for my long lost youth, I'll have to leave it where it belongs - in the past.