I would have loved to have liked this book more. The author is obviously highly knowledgeable and he has some great insights that will be useful particularly to new or wannabe pilots, but I never felt that this book really got started. The anecdotes and thoughts have been written seemingly in no particular order and what comes out is interesting in parts, confusing in others, but ultimately disjointed and without direction.
Nevertheless, anyone interested in aviation would do well to read this simply for the author's views on safety in the cockpit, particularly newly qualified pilots who may feel peer-pressured into being a bit gung-ho on the subject. Kevin Garrison's views on the pilot's responsibility are clear cut and devoid of bull, so it's worth reading it just to bolster your own confidence on the subject.
All in all, a light hearted and easy read, but I would have liked more structure, a beginning, a middle and an end.