This book is a pleasant overview of a trip to Zimbabwe, but not much different from my own photos of traveling there in the 90s, with the notable exception of the photographer getting people to SMILE! The people photos are amazing, because Africans seem to be taught that one should be serious in photographs and not show your teeth.
A serious ommission for this trip was The Great Zimbabwe. It's not easy to get to, not close to Harare, Bulawayo or Victoria Falls, but is as stunning as the falls. The falls photos were interesting to me, but not the most spectacular, because he was there in dry season. The one arial photo of dry falls is fascinating to see because when I was there it was after rainy season and the falls were going strong.
At this price, I would have expected glossy photo pages, but they are like you printed them on your home computer. If you are interested in these photos, and they are very nice photos, I recommend getting the Kindle version which is more reasonable priced, and the photos will be more spectacular. I enjoyed this book, but with little narrative to speak of, it was kind of like looking at a friend's vacation photos. One thing he does say, and I agree with whole-heartedly is that the people are wonderful. And conisdering all the they have been going through in the past decade or two, that is amazing. The spirit of these people shines in these photos.