First off, this book is nicely set with lovely graphics and typography. However, I found the content of this book to be generally lacking. The meat of the book lies in the colour combinations section where the author divides colour palettes into adjectives like Festive, Classic, Traditional, etc. Unfortunately, there aren't that many palettes per adjective, around 24, 3-colour combos. The book does go over a good bit of colour theory, so if I could, I would have given it 2.5 leaves. Two more downer points were the author's decision not to include CMYK and hexachrome values beside the colour palettes, but pushes them all in a conversion table at the back. And finally, no colour isolation sheets (to block adjacent palettes from interfering with the eye) were supplied.