I had been contemplating the purchase of this book for a few weeks, finally decided to go ahead and order it. I had high hopes for this book, something that could add a potential dynamic to work. Firstly, its an A6 book which was frustrating as the images inside were nice to see if only they had been larger. It begins with a few images of paper folds but no real instructional methodology as to how these could be achieved. Rather, just the image with words "score-crease-press-fix". On some of the pages it is easier to understand how that could be achieved but only because theyve just sliced the paper and pulled it apart "score-cut-pull up". Later on there are about two pages where a series of photographs are used to explain the methodology of making but of all the pieces they decided to explain, it was the ones which were of little interest to me. Save your money, just search google instead at least that way you dont have to squint.