Are some of your patrons self-improvement junkies? Do they want to stop ``improving'' and be themselves? If so, Bryant offers the self-improvement book to end all self-improvement books. In this narrative, she tells her story of recovery, relapse, and ultimately authentic change via mental, emotional, and spiritual discovery of her true self. Her thesis is that most self-improvement books, programs, and videos offer restrictive definitions of how we should look and feel, while not allowing for the natural and logical outcome of our genes and psyches (this criticism is ironic since her book is itself a self-improvement manual). Her creative process drills sprinkled throughout provide readers with reflective thought exercises. Libraries stocking self-improvement books may want this, while others might acquire it as the ``enough is enough'' book.-- Scott Johnson, Meridian Community Coll. Lib., Miss.