I read the entire thing in 36 minutes, and the irony is that it was a little redundant. I wasn't very impressed. In fact, it took til page 66 for her to get to the point. I don't consider myself ornery, but I have to say that I was a little disappointed.
My mom loves Maria Shriver, so I picked up this book for her. She in turn wanted me to read it. She knew that it would resonate with me, which it did. At 33 I still haven't figured out what I want to do when I grow up. Therefore I felt relieved to read that Maria Shriver, an intelligent and accomplished woman in her 50s, feels the same way. I already knew everything that I read in this uplifting little book, but it was nice to be reminded.