Am I the first reviewer because everyone else has been putting it off? :-)
This really deserves more than 3 stars, but I'm not quite sure it deserves 4. It's easy to read, but there are frequent sentence construction errors that would have been reduced by independent proof-reading. (As an example: ""Why do we regret, quite simple really!" which really should read: "Why do we regret? Quite simple, really!") Since the author runs his own publishing house, I suspect he's edited this work himself, which isn't usually very successful, and wasn't in this case. That said, there are some very useful suggestions and ideas in it, and the worksheets provide some illuminating insights into one's own procrastination habits. Even the very first one, which asks you to log the tasks you do during a week, and particularly note when you complete each one, offers a way to get a realistic picture of how and when you procrastinate.
Worth a bit more than the $0.00 I paid for it, but I certainly wouldn't put it up in the "you really should buy this, no matter what it costs" category.