I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. It covers everything there is to cover, and goes deeper with every chapter. It almost feels like playing a level based game. You complete one chapter and then the next one takes you to a slightly harder level.
I loved the humility of the guy, which I feel is important with prophecy, because there are times when we will make mistakes. Jack Deere's humility gives you the the freedom to make mistakes, but also tells you how to deal with those mistakes. However, by the end of reading this book you will have more insight and knowledge, which should lead to fewer mistakes. And that's what this book is all about-guidance.
The author also covers the effects of a miss-timed, or even miss-interpreted word. This again is helpful as it sheds light on why certain churches and members are scared of it.
One last thing, and it's an important one. He has sat in the other camp (the camp that says prophecy died along with the Apostles, it's not for today) so is in a great postion to of wrote this book.
You'll enjoy reading this regardless of how much prophetic annointing you have on your life. And if you are sceptical, you may well find yourself having a Jack Deere type revelation!!