This book caught my eye as I walked down the aisle at the library. I didn't check it out that visit, but eventually got around to taking it home. The author is a solid writer, and I got through it quickly. Unfortunately, I did feel welcomed by him. Instead of the simple man, humble before God, that he made himself out to be, he came across as arrogant and judgemental. He did, however, tone that down in the last two or three chapters, which got it back up to three stars. But I still feel that if I bumped into him on the street and wanted to talk about how I might simplify my life, he would just tell me I'm far too inferior to him, and I could never hope to accomplish it.