I’m pleasantly surprised (though not complaining in any way) that more than a year and a half after the release of The Unofficial LEGO Builder’s Guide there are still reviews of the book being posted online.
Yesterday the site ArsGeek posted a really nice review. A couple of the comments that caught my eye were:
“The Brickopedia is, quite frankly, the centerpiece of this book for me (even though it’s at the end, allow me my creative license). It was here that I truly reveled in my Lego thrall. Pouring through a brick by brick description of the various types of Legos, from the simple 1×1 to the Pine Tree (Large) this is what kept me up late.”
“This book also has something of an ‘oh wow!’ factor. I know that if I leave out on my table I can judge who my real (Lego) friend sare by how quickly they run for and grab this book. In fact, it’s already on my list to get for several friends who’ll get lots of use out of it.”
You can read the entire review by clicking here.
So thanks to Ben at ArsGeek and here’s hoping his friends will enjoy the book as much as he did.