Thanks for making a kindle edition. This was a required reading for my NP program and I can definitely do without more paper textbooks weighing me down.
On the whole I'd say it was easy reading and made many valid points every nurse should review, even if he or she decides to disagree with them. Nurses are encouraged to give up childish imagery, take credit for technical knowledge and skill, and work to reform the image of the nurse from that of an "angel" who is "all heart" to that of a competent and equal collaborator in care. This book provides specific guidance on what language to use when speaking about nursing to the public and gives examples of strategies one can use to improve nursing's image. It also can serve to help raise awareness in nurses minds about the subtle things embedded in what we do and say that unintentionally undermine respect for our profession. I'd say any nurse could benefit from reading this.
If you're a student wanting to know if it's worth your time, I say yes.