At first glance I was a bit disappointed, because I expected nets ready to be copied and cut out (like in Gerald Jenkins' books for example), but then I discovered that this is not the approach here. As the book favours models out of different coloured card or paper, a single net wouldn't be of much use (or isn't even possible as in the case of many star polyhedra with lots of overlap when unfolded into 2D). Instead, it suffices to give the shape of each different face together with the vertex figure, and you can work out the rest yourself. So it saves you lots of very challenging calculations about the proportions and angles in polyhedra, while it leaves much of the practical intricacies to the reader, which is fine, because unless you are really passionate about creating these models, you should't try models as complicated as some of those featuring in this book anyway, and with some experience and lots of patience it can all be done.
For two months now I have been using almost every free hour creating some of the models described in this book, expanding my already vast collection of polyhedra and not worrying about finding suitable presents for friends. I am looking forward to making more of the in years to come. A truly marvellous, inspiring book.