Zack - aka Oliver Frey, or Rogue as he used to be called in the days of Him magazine - is one of the most fantastic gay artists there's ever been, and it is great to see him getting a book devoted to his art in the broader sense than the comic narratives that are so hot. This book gives that same erotic charge on every page, some of which show images from his comics, but many I hadn't seen before, even though I have most of his recent stuff. This volume will take your breath away if you like his style, it really is no-holds-barred, as always in his fantasies, with that edge of danger. The way it is put together is a real labour of love as well - divided into sections with headings like Boy Next Door, Heavy Intent and Over the Top, it also has a chapter of magazine covers, adverts and posters from the 70s to the 90s, as well as a biography, and every page is laid out differently, which makes it constantly fresh and exciting! The book is quite compact - about the size of a fiction hardback, perhaps a bit wider, and is quite sturdy, really very nicely produced, with a dust jacket ... altogether it is a must-have for fans of his work. Will life ever be the same again? ... it's that brilliant!