If Hannibal Lecter (as portrayed by Anthony Hopkins) had a little brother (instead of a little sister), it would very likely be this man. His head is so full of ideas they leak out, and such can be found in this published work. This is not a shiny toy under the Christmas tree so much as an erector kit, sans box, and sans screws and bolts. He then sets about telling how to make the bolts out of your mothers flatware and the nuts from your fathers pipe stems. This is no instruction manual, but rather a gift of shared knowledge. If one bothers to read it, one seems compelled to apply, explore, and discover.
(reviewed the day of purchase)