there is one problem i always had with this forum:
most of the discussions on images are extremely technique related.
the fact that i might be able to recognize the color of a butterfly flying around 2 kilometers away
seems to be more relevant than the question if the image or the series has a unique approach,
stands out compared to other works dealing with similar topics.
and in your case its exactly what i am missing. the images seem to be technically perfect and without doubt
they are somehow beautiful but looking at them i always get the feeling that i have seen them already.
it seems dozens of other skilled photographers have already done pretty much the same thing: photographing the same places,
using similar technique, similar aesthetics and content wise spreading pretty much the same message.
in my opinion the only reason to do a book - which means tons of work and a certain financial risk - is if i'm convinced that i can add something to the already well known.
you are pretty selfconfident - and you should be - but that's the question you have to ask yourself.
and by the way, to proof whether i'm not just bashing but applying the same standarts to my own work, have a look at my book that will be out in 3-4 weeks.