It's 111 pages, glossy, pages are about 11x15", I think? No leather cover, tho. But it does have a nice slipcover.
And, seriously, I like holding a book in my hands. I don't like having to be dependent on power and the internet and a working computer. I like the nineteenth century simplicity of pulling a tome off a shelf and perusing in its purest form. (I've said before I would suspect a tendency towards ludditism in at least SOME of the people who enjoy gaming in a pre-technological society... surely one can't spend all day painting wizards and bookshelves and scrolls and not at least KIND of like books, no....?) I would defend my position by pointing out that if I want to look at photos from my time in grad school, they're in a small photo album on a bookshelf and I can locate them in about 3 minutes and the work in keeping them has never been more than "remember where this album is." Photos of my son when he was born? Well, they're on a laptop that died ten years ago, but I have a backup on a cloud, but I need to update the password constantly, and spend time uploading them every time I get a new laptop since they're designed to be obsolete every three years or so, and sometimes there are problems with the upload or the internet connection, and meanwhile I have to pay to keep the cloud maintained . . . .so, yeah.