Spark Joy: An Illustrated Master Class on the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up by Marie Kondo is her second published book after the success of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up. This time she explores further the concepts of joy, ways to fold clothes, and supports her tips with illustrations. She starts with "Life only begins after you have put your house in order" so there is no surprises what this book talks about.
Although folding method for your clothes (I am staying faithful to my cute socks balls) is supported with illustrations; I would not consider this book as illustrated. Illustrations are quite clear and eye catching, bunny cute, but I feel that there was a need for the beautiful photographs showing befores and afters to support the atmosphere that book creates.
As is the case of the first book (review available here) not all tips will apply to everyone (I talk to my orchids, I am not going to talk to my dress). Everything depends if the situation and advice is applicable to your situation so I would not be too serious while reading; take it with a pinch of salt.
Are you tempted to read Spark Joy?