The book is titled 'Overcoming Chronic Fatigue'. Unfortunately as the writers of this book are unable to tell the difference between Chronic Fatigue and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and M.E and so it is very misleading and limited.
Yes, it has the odd useful tips, but you have to sift through the patronising, limited thinking to find any, and it's actually quite demoralizing if you have ME/CFS as it is so very clear, they haven't really got a clue or read any research outside CBT and can't even differentiate between chronic fatigue and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
If you have mild, chronic fatigue caused by stress, depression, insomnia and a hectic out of spiral lifestyle and being a 'bit run down', this book would be useful and do as the title says.
If you have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or M.E. this book is inaccurate and very limited, misleading and could probably worsen your condition as it seems to have no understanding outside the realms of psychology. (see other reviews for more detail). It was recommended by my Hospital Psychologist who had an equally blinkered understanding to ME/CFS and had also missed reading any other research outside the limited field of CBT.
When it comes to psychological approaches, anyone who has done any reading can see some CBT is helpful if handled appropriately, but NLP and NLP based therapies such as Reverse, Mikel and EFT are usually more effective and CBT is actually a little behind. NLP is certainly no cure either, but it's more practical and cutting edge in it's approach and made more physical difference to my ME than CBT. Pacing, nutrition and supplements, Lymph massage and tai chi and a very gentle form of yoga, meditation, osteopathy and accupuncture have also helped. A book on Adrenal Burnout called 'Tired of being Tired' by Dr Jesse Lynn Hanley, although not for ME was very helpful and practical, as was Charles Shepherd's Living with M.E. Much more worth the money. Give this a miss.