About half the drawings presented are of the finest museum quality, and some simply raised the hair on my arms, which I don't mean figuratively. Maybe it's the hoarder in me, enjoying the circumstances behind the act of sketching, but I found some of these drawings astonishing. De gustibus non est disputandum - I understand. Even so, before you pass this short book up, go to the end of the allowed free sample pages for a second, color drawing of a lonesome red blouse.
The careful commentary acknowledges attachments and circumstances that are large in all our lives, but largely ignored in literature. There are stories of bad decisions and good ones, too.
I will come back to this book very frequently; although as with any very fine art, one can't easily speak precisely about its qualities. I will note that I might have chosen a different illustration for the cover, as the better - but somewhat paradoxical - qualities of the drawing of running shoes aren't rapidly grasped (in my case at least) - and cover art needs to hook the viewer quickly.
I have no idea who this person is, and don't much glory in clothes or fashion. I downloaded the book as a freebie despite expecting the worst, since there are so many self-published books of drawings appearing now that reflect no instinct for art at all, and cannot touch the unconscious (certainly not in a good way.) But I'm truly delighted with this find!