The timing of reading this book was perfect for me. Prior to reading it I read Overcoming Under Earning and Secrets of a Millionaire Mind. And I am glad I did because it put me in a more receptive frame of mind for Rich Dad Poor Dad. Written 20 years ago, it's relevant even more today and explains the huge gap we have in society. It has made me totally rethink the way I look at money and I expect more from my money. I wish I read this book when I was younger but better late than never. I am young enough to make a difference in my future.
I gave it 4 stars for a couple of reasons. The silver bullet reference took his point way too far. Suicide is at an all time high and the reference is highly insensitive to people who have lost a loved one. Also I thought the review of each chapter was a total waste of paper.
That aside, I feel like parents would do their kids a huge favor to make them read this book in high school. It's a good, easy read and I feel like I got a lot of great advice for someone starting out in life.