Ordering art books on-line, without the ability to really page through the book, look at the quality of the printing and see all the details, is a bit of a risk. I've definitely ordered books that looked good on the web, but arrived with bad color, smaller scale images and lack of good content.
This isn't a book you need to worry about ordering from the web: It's outstanding. James Jean is well-known as a highly accomplished artist, and his cover work is reproduced in this book with great detail and clarity. Most of the covers are complimented by a thumbnail or dev drawing that lead to the final design, giving you an look into the process behind each final work.
If you're looking for multiple in-depth interviews or an art book with lots of explanatory text, this one is probably not for you. There is an afterward interview with James Jean and a very brief blurb accompanying each cover image that explains a little background on the image, but its main focus is on the images (which I prefer anyway).
There is a bit of a wait to get the book, but that's due to the order-fulfillment process and isn't a reflection of the book itself. I was a little worried the wait meant this was a print on demand product, which can mean lower quality, but there aren't any defects in the printing. The book is well worth the two/three week wait (it actually arrived ahead of delivery estimate for me).
I'd highly recommend this book for anyone interested in James Jean, Fables or just really really good illustration/art.