Can't argue with any of the above reviews. Professor Michell says in the first review, (and in my opinion rightly) "The more you know about psychological theories and Winnie-the-Pooh, the more you will enjoy this book" -but then adds- "Unfortunately, that approach means that your enjoyment will be modest if your knowledge is limited ..... If you know little about psychology and have not read Winnie-the-Pooh, you may not get most of the humor in the book".
For anyone who is suffering from Depression, struggling to either beat it or at least come to terms with it, this will probably have less relevence.
This may be the greatest Self-Help book for surviving, (if not Depression) certainly the Psychologists and Psychotherapists, ever written.
It certainly has been for me.
Even if some of the humour passes over your head, (and how will you (I) ever know if it does), this book has more going for it than humour!
It may be the best few quid you'll ever invest!