My initial interest in this book was definitely the title. It's a smart way to get the attention of individuals interested in reading non-fiction in a way of helping them learn and progress with their lives.
I did enjoy the book overall. I do appreciate the setup and breakdown of the book. Each chapter gives the reader a specific lesson to look forward to and mentally prepare for comprehension. There are even points like a worksheet to help people really struggling with the idea of not loving things.
I do not consider myself to be a minimalist, but I have never found it difficult to let things go or to amplify things in a materialistic way. Things are things. Some may mean more to us than others, but their importance is nothing compared to that of the people in our lives.
So, if you struggle with having too much stuff, this is a good book with lessons, activities and questions each chapter to help guide you to finding peace with letting go.