I am still confused about whether or not I like it or love it, but I just read a book called "City Boy: Urban Planning, Municipal Politics, and Guerrilla Warfare," and it is safe to say there is no other urban planning book like it. Mike Tedesco, the author, is clearly an ego maniac (and probably an alcholic) but he manages to put the smack down in a variety of ways to a variety of people, and it cracked me up. This is a strange, strange book that is definitly about urban planning but definitly unlike other urban planning books.
Has anyone else read this? Did you like it?