I don't review books on Amazon very often, but after purchasing this book, I could hold back no longer.
This is a 96-page book. I counted every one of them and there are indeed 96 pages. This excludes the fine glossy cover, which is printed using a well established 4-colour process. The print is sharp and the colours are carefully matched, so you can appreciate every pixel of the fine portrait on the front. The fonts, though somewhat hackneyed, are accurately set and the yellow type contrasts well with the blue background. The binding is well done. I was particularly taken with the glue, sweet smelling, with not a trace of foul smells, mendacity or other nasties. Hurrah for Michael! Despite thumbing through the book, it has yet to fall apart, which is comforting, particularly if you're a governor of a free school.
I've given it three stars. It's nicely presented. The only really disappointing thing is the text. There isn't any. Perhaps Mr Gove's publishers should employ a proof reader?