The book arrived in a relatively short time, and I started reading it right away. David Harvey doesn't hide anything: his radical views on how capitalism uses the urban areas are very interesting and the link with a more pro-active, revolutionary kind of analysis, towards urban activism, should be in my opinion, one of the main directions that social movements should discuss.
Unfortunately, after 30 pages or so, these first pages started to unglue from the cover. For a new book, it's not at all what I expected. Fortunately, someone offered me the same book but with a hardcover some days later. Fortunate coincidence.
Next time, use some of the profits to buy good glue, dear editors.