I just couldn’t resist this one. My hubby and I love building with Lego, though we mostly use sets, not really building anything just from our imagination or by books. Still I had to try out this book and see what kind of cars would be featured and what kind of blocks you needed (answer, a lot).
I couldn’t build these sets, we don’t really have loose Lego lying around (and even if I had I wonder if I would have all the specific pieces the book requires) but still I can read this book and see what kind of cars we get and how you could build them, should you have blocks. One day I hope to make these cars, one day I hope I have some loose bricks lying around that are exactly those one needs.
The book is split up in various levels, we begin with easy and each car gets a bit harder.
I liked that with each car we got some information on the car itself, when it was used/which movie, how rare it was, specs, and more. Quite interesting to read even though reading this one on a computer screen in tiny font (because ADE) wasn’t always easy. My eyes would like a cuddle. 😛
The instruction on how to make each car are detailed and very clear. Though at times I was a bit confused but that may have to do with the quality of the pictures, it was a bit blurry… or it may be my eyes, they don’t like looking at the screen so long.
OH delighted to see Initial D in the mix! \o/
At the end we get what each car has to use, which I just loved as that means you can just go online and get the required materials.
All in all, this is one book I would love to add to my collection! And I definitely will. I would also recommend it to everyone. Even if you may not build them, it is interesting to read and fun to see how things get build.