In the first two chapters, it speaks about how anyone can know and experience the Lord in a deep way. Two of main ways of experiencing Him are praying the Scripture and beholding Him. It goes through explaining how to do these two things. Perhaps this is what it means when it says in 1 Peter 2:2-13, "As newborn babes, desire the sincere milk of the word, that ye may grow thereby: 3 If so be ye have tasted that the Lord is gracious." I've heard of these before from believers I knew at UGA.
I think, I'd recommend this book to those like me, seeking to know the Lord better. It seems much better than those I'm used to reading.
I've also been looking through Hannah Hunnard's Hearing Heart and her other book Hinds Feet on High Places. She said her stutter was the Lord's love gift to keep her bound to Himself. Perhaps my mental breakdown and subsequent pain and questioning serves the same purpose. Perhaps there is goodness and hope there, after all.