We bought this book when we decided to decorate our bedroom in Moroccan style. As such, it provided us with some good visual reference material, and it makes a nice coffee table book. However, we were disappointed that it did nothing to analyse what Moroccan style is, which is the kind of information even a reasonably informative magazine article would give. Also, rather more of the images were of Moroccan style applied outside Morocco than we would have liked.
Neither the pictures nor the text delivered much in the way of what the subtitle promises -- the art of sensual living. This is ultimately a photographic essay, and does not go much beyond the sense of vision into taste, smell, texture and sound. If the book was entitled New Moroccan Style: images of an international phenomenon, or some such, it would have matched its promise rather more exactly.
All in all this is a nice book to own, but it does not quite deliver on the promise it makes.