Top critical review
Not enough material, not enough quality
Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2020
I prefer my roleplay material books to be substantial--almost textbook like. This isn't that. It's short, with large lettering, and although it writes out semi-detailed descriptions, I think a dungeon master would get more information by reading the wikipedia pages on the subject.
Furthermore, if you're thinking you'll get a book that looks good on the shelf, think again. This book reminds me of those coloring books I got my kid from the dollar store.
Better binding would go a long way, but more importantly, better material would go even further. I would settle for either: a lot of information about terrain and how it can be used creatively to tell a story in RP games plus some rules that can be used to amplify the game, even some instructions to help set builders in creating better art for their RP dungeon sets and then package it in a binding that looks like a coloring book. OR skip all that and at least make the binding hardback or more substantial so that it looks nice on the shelf next to DND or Pathfinder books.