Though not as awesome as past books, this still was interesting. Each postcard gets a page, and there is no more than a postcard to a page, so really you're not getting a big bang for your buck compared to other books. Sometimes there are stories too, which I would have preferred more postcards over stories as I found the stories to be wanting compared to the postcards. I also felt that the postcards were not as awesome or shocking as ones in past books, these seemed toned down almost as if he was wanting this book to be a bit more lax. Still a good book but not an OMG YOU SERIOUSLY HAVE TO SEE THIS POSTCARD IN HERE! book.