This book is typical of the genre. The people who write them think that they live in the real world, and their real world consists of tariffs, trade barrier, and importation quotas.
However after reading a book like this you are left none the wiser other than feeling a little bit stupid because you cannot remember a thing that this book was about.
If you are really pervserse and can make sense of religious texts and legislation then this is the book for you.
However if you are more practically minded and can apply books on plumbing, cookery, or woodwork, into real life situations within the physical realm then you will probably dislike this book and find it useful for making papier mache or torturing a loved one who you despise by just reading bits of it out at them.
Having said this it is probably better than the other books of its genre. I am crticising the subject mattter more than anything. Good luck in your quest for delusion if you get it anyway.