What do you look for in a how-to/reference ? Specifically I'm trying to dial in the book I do for the podcast.

@Troyjoe Overview of what the book aims to cover, versus what it actually covers. Whether it meets that aim. What level is the book aimed at (beginners etc)? Given there are so many gardening books, why this book is worth looking at or not if you decide it's bad. Point out key themes in the book, and flaws too. I guess I'm sick of all these positive reviews of yet another gardening book that is like so many others and often doesn't even meet the aims it states in it's intro!

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