Written by a genuine Buddhist master, How to Realize Emptiness gives accurate directions to explore the nature of reality and come to the correct view of the Middle Way. (Ven. Thubten Chodron, author of Buddhism for Beginners)
Not quite 'emptiness made easy' (an impossibility) but it is at least 'emptiness made comprehensible'. (Dharma Life)
Gen Lamrimpa has a down-to-earth approach to this difficult subject which is immediately accessible to beginning students, further clarified by B. Alan Wallace's translation . [Gen Lamrimpa's] teachings which combine analysis with practical exercises are redolent with compassion and insight. (Nancy Patton, Mandala, Editor's Choice, September 2010)
About the Author
Gen Lamrimpa, born in Tibet in 1934, spent most of his life in meditative retreat in Dharamsala, India. He is the author of Calming the Mind
one of the clearest books in English on shamatha meditation.