I actually really enjoyed reading through this. It's not an integral part of the Fear Itself event but it was one of the related volumes that I enjoyed reading the most (possibly because it had so little to do with the main storyline). I know the back story of Ghost Rider and all that jazz, but I've probably only read a dozen or so GR comics. I actually found all the characters to be really intriguing and it left me looking forward to where the series might go (which apparently isn't very far). The bulk of the book has to do with Blaze going after the new Ghost Rider and trying to save/stop her. *****Slight Spoiler***** He does keep the world from ending, but as much as I think everyone reading it wanted, he doesn't become GR again and the girl is left to continue on as the GR. The last issue is the beginning of her on her own without Blaze chasing after her and it was enjoyable (and as I said) gave me an optimistic view of where it might be headed and how they might flesh out the character a bit more (she's a little flat).
So if you're reading through the Fear Itself storyline and just want to read the things that really affect the main storyline, you can skip over this one. But if you're reading through it and find the main story so drab and boring that you want to distract yourself with something kind of fun, pick this up to break up the monotony of one more hammer hitting something really hard. I didn't buy it (or any of the Fear Itself stuff, libraries are awesome like that) but if I was going to buy a few tangential Fear Itself things, this would probably be one of the first few I bought.