I did not finish this entire book, but I do think I got far enough through it to warrant a rating. All in all, I quite enjoyed this: it was a quick read full of interesting anecdotes. The author is clearly passionate about and experienced in his field, which I appreciated. My reason for not finishing is that the kind of mentoring I am doing (peer mentoring through a program at my school) makes the later chapters not entirely applicable, and also some of the information started to feel repetitive. Still, if you're looking for an inspirational read with a lot of great information for those looking to be effective mentors (or looking to be effectively mentored), I recommend you pick this up.