0 stars really. I will try to be as gentle with this review as I can, because it is clear that the writer is enthusiastic about sharing this new buzz and feeeeeeeling that she has discovered. Therefore I applaud her for that.
However, this is one of the most annoying and poorly written books that I have wasted money on. The more I tried to read, the more annoyed I became, "closing my valves" I guess, because the writing is roundabout, repetitive and never really gets to the point. The cute little headings did not help at all. I was totally fooled by the numerous positive reviews of the book, and so went out and bought it. Some of her ideas could be useful, but by the time I serched to find one idea embedded within pages of unnecessary rambling, It was difficult to link that idea to the next, because I had just about forgotten what it was. This just annoyed me - I guess you could say it created a negative "feeeeeling," closing my valve and killing my buzz. I would feel better if I could offer the book to a friend or acquaintance who could make good use of it, but I am afraid that I would only be annoying and frustrating another person, so I wont.
My suggestion is that if you really want clear and helpful information on how to work with the law of attraction, go to the Abraham/Hicks material.
At the same time, I believe Lynn Grabhorn is on to something - she is just not able to express it clearly and interestingly at this time. Wish her better luck next time.