There are instructions of 19 modular models in this book. 7 of them are kusudama-like decorative modular models, and the rest are interlocking wire-frame models. The range of units are anywhere from 4 to 650! Most are 30 or 60 unit modulars.
The only model that I've folded out of this book so far is Triakis, a 30-unit kusudama. Honestly, I enjoyed folding this model more than I thought that I would. It was soothing to fold each unit repetitively, and it was also a fun challenge to tackle the assembling, sort of like working on a puzzle. I got a better sense of how addicting modular origami can be.
|"Triakis" folded out of copy papers in 5 pastel colors.|
The diagramed instructions are clear and well explained, including the assembling parts. Basics and other resources are also covered.
Another "mind-blowing" fact about this book is that the author is quite young (I'm guessing in his early 20s) and has started folding only 7 years ago at the time of his writing.
I recommend this book to any origami enthusiasts, but especially those who enjoy modular origami!