3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 27 August 2009
Possibly Brighton due to its nature is allways in a state of constant change so this book is more up to date than the larger Pevsner which includes Brighton and Hove. So many styles in Brighton this book could hardly fail and it does not. Brief history of Brighton, focus on a few key buildings then a series of walks through the city discussing the architecture there and finally University of Sussex at Falmer. Its well done and will help you notice so many things. The book itself has good pictures, is well bound so resists damage and can be put easily in a pocket. Be advised aimed at people with architectural knowledge, its not a general tourist guidebook.