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Not what I thought.
on 22 May 2014
After reading other reviews I got the impression that this was some kind of book giving useful tips on improving your observations and 100s of forms to record them.
Well, no tips. It tells you how to use the observing forms, of which there are only 45. There are a lot of pages to record your wish lists and thoughts... The back has a useful table of what the constellation names mean.
The forms will come in handy, but having paid nearly £7 for pages with circles on and a place to record standard details, I could of just continued using free forms off the net. I wouldn't want to pay £11 for it, as if you do a few observations a night it may only last a month or two at most.
The only thing going for it is it is a nicely bound book which you can draw up neat copies of observations in and look back at them in the future.
Would not buy if I knew the true nature of the book.