Not what I was expecting. I enjoyed his storytelling about how he got into urban farming and was expecting more. As an urban edible gardener myself, I wanted more specific information about how to deal with urban soils, by-laws, regulations, etc
The book touches all these things in a very superficial way, there is not much on irrigation or water management in an urban area, vertical gardening or urban soil challenges.
There is a lot of bragging about money and that actually put me off. A lot of people who are trying urban farming or edible gardening are in this primarily because they want to reduce their dependence on imported food and want more control on what they eat. Secondary to that may be an interest in producing surplus for selling/exchanging. A lot of people lack the space, skills, experience or even tools and resources and one of the biggest challenges is legislation as in many places growing food is illegal or regarded as "unsightly" and neighbours may complain.
A book dealing with all those things would be great...I was expecting more from this one