This review is obviously going against the general consensus here, but I'd like to put in my own 2 cents.
The two authors of this book, neither of which are Medical Doctors, attempt to explain what Adult ADD is and what you can do about it. Unfortunately, they seem to have failed miserably to accomplish that goal. The book if full of fluff and irrelevant ramblings. It goes off in different directions (well, it was written by two ADDer's after all), contradicts itself repeatedly and blames virtually everything on "your disorder". The book smacked of the support group mentality where people come up with all sorts of theories in an attempt to rationalize why something happens.
I'm surprised the book got published at all considering the writing ability of the authors. The book lacks flow, is monotonous to read and the frequent use of exclamations becomes annoying after the first few chapters. I found myself flipping through the pages trying to get to the good stuff; unfortunately, I never found it.
I am not a doctor or a writer. I am a person with adult ADD, however, and did not find this book very helpful. I suggest you try to borrow a copy from your public library before spending your hard-earned money. Otherwise, there are a few other books on Adult ADD written by people far more qualified in this field.