A lot of his advice is a little out of touch with what an everyday person with no experience can realistically achieve and/or tolerate from a risk perspective. Also he heavily discounts the value of the infrastructure that is built by taxes. No one likes paying taxes, but it's not like they aren't used for anything.
Very motivational, take charge of your own life and finances, get inspired kind of book overall though with lots of good conceptual big-picture advice and it reads VERY fast. As the author admits he's not the best writer so a lot of parts almost come off as a stream-of-conciousness type of writing which, intentionally or not, gets you hooked and excited to read the rest as you're not having to imagine anything, it's all flowing straight into your head. He does plug his financial literacy games a LOT though which gets annoying.