So, I imagine you're all on tenterhooks waiting for my opinion on the book I ordered from Lulu. No? Well, here's a short precis anyway.
This is exactly the sort of book on-demand printing was made for. It's a document covering a project by the AA Summer School (Architectural Association, to the uninitiated) which investigated changes to the UK 'Permitted Development' legislation. This is being relaxed slightly to allow home-owners to build more substantial additions to their houses without seeking planning permission. Ostensibly, this is to allow local authorities to spend more time and resource determining major applications.
Interestingly, the new wording of the policy leaves intriguing spaces for (mis)interpretation, which this cute, linear, one-line project investigates in pen sketch, big font style.
Verdict: £6 well spent, but don't expect the next Learning From Las Vegas.