This is a pretty interesting book. It basically about watches and its owner and a bit of back ground about the man and his watch. It is a cool book.
As what is written on the outer sleeve, the book is about iconic watches and stories from the men who wore them. What is nice is the watches shown are iconic to the owners and not limited to expensive watches.
The book is a hard cover book and the front cover is nice. The watch is embossed (is that the right word?)
The rear cover...
A Man and His Watch
216 pages (not including covers)
The table of contents... there are 38 men contributing to the book..
Contributors (well some of them).
Would I recommend the book? Yeah if you want to know a bit more about what drives some people getting the watches they got, why not. And best of all... the numerous photographs of some very nice and unique watches in the book. That to me, covers the price of entry. And I like the book.