Has anyone ever read this book? I started reading it after my boyfriend and his father recommended it, and finished it this afternoon. I will admit, at times it is heavy, at times it is heavily informative, but never once was boring. For those who haven't read it, let me tell you about it. It's about the author, but a bit more complicated than that. The author received shock treatment after going insane searching for Quality, an incredible philosophy that will push you to rethink the way you see things. The best thing about the book is that it does not read like Aristotle or any other textbook telling you how to think, it pushes you to analyze the way you think and start building a personal life philosophy. It is definitely a slow read, but I promise that you will be happy you read it. Actually, in the copy I bought from Half Price, there was a note saying how life-changing the book was, and other notes added on in agreement. Apparently it was passed along a bit before ending up on the dusty used book shelves. So has anyone read it? What did you think? Would you recommend it? To those that have not read it, I cannot reiterate how much a highly suggest you should.