It did give me a better idea where he stands or what thinks of certain aspects of Buddhism. Is short (192 pgs) and to the point. If you want to follow up on his approach it is worth buying.
From Publishers Weekly
Levine's first book, Dharma Punx, was the autobiography of a young hell-raiser. Having escaped juvenile hall and drug addiction through the slow discipline of Buddhist practices, the son of Buddhist author Stephen Levine is now a spiritual teacher. In this book he presents what he has learned about and through Buddhism. The compelling personal narrative may be gone, but the disarming, frank tone that made the first book persuasive remains.