At the end of the movie "The Sixth Sense", a ring falls to the floor - an event which, if you're kind of slow on the up-take like I am, suddenly transforms your view of everything you've seen for the past couple of hours. Suddenly, right at the end, you are watching a different film, that makes a new kind of sense, and the story floods back through you in seconds.
This book, or rather the message in it, did that for me, but not by reminding me of two hours of film - more by rewriting my approach to life. If you are a Christian and if finding God's will for your life is important to you, and yet He never seems to tell you in a way you can see, then this book is for you. It tells you where the view you have heard is wrong, it replaces it with something so simple and biblical that you can't disagree, and it sets you on a new "grown up" approach where you can understand how God loves you like a father loves a child. I can't give more than five stars, but I want to.