The book is 296 pages in length, and just like the Commodore 64 book, and comes in two flavours - paperback and hardback. The paperback has a thick, high-quality cover, with the Tutankhamun embossed and spot varnished; the hardback has a matt finish with spot varnish on the Tutankhamun image.
Great quality & well written. Very pleased with this addition to my library.
Nice item , 5 stars
Just amazing, a 1st rate job all round, beautiful book, really insightful content, with loads on the Demo Scene, the best selection of Amiga Games, and 50% off, buy it now!
Another excellent looking book. I can't wait to dig in and learn even more.
The Amiga played a pivotal role in my early life as a journalist working on some of the UK's biggest computer magazines. Having worked as technical editor on Amiga Format and as a contributor to a number of big-name Amiga magazines including CU Amiga, Amiga Shopper, New Computer Express and Amiga Computing, it warms my heart to see so much love for what was one of the most exciting computers of the 80s and early 90s. The book from Fusion Retro Books really does look the business - great work guys! I may have to pick up a copy myself just to relive those glory days :-) - Jason Holborn Technical Editor, Amiga Format (issue 1 - 15)