Good reading, less immersive than the first book which pretty sums up his entire philosophy. Even if his model is interesting, as usual, keep in mind your personal analytic capabilities and critical thinking rather than just saying "this is it"; they all try to make it sound they got it. Enlightenment is not something to be taught as it means so many things that reading a nihilism-based won't make it more "true" - maybe true to itself; but the experience here; on earth means so many things that simply excepting something to be revealed out of a trilogy is indecent to your own personal experience on earth :-)
This book is packed with good advice for anyone serious about enlightenment. Jed's books are really for those who are approaching the end of the search and are not really for anyone who still wants to hold onto old beleif systems. In this book he talks about going with the flow of the universe to have all of your desires fulfilled effortlessly. This is the way the awakened operate after awakening, so it's good to have an understanding about this. There's a lot to read here, and it's worth the read!