I found this to be a great little book, especially in light of the current jumble of double-speak, lyrical gymnastics, and bullshit that passes for Advaita these days. Yes, in the end it's all very simple and at the same time contradictory. But that not only doesn't help, it hinders while one is trying to understand and put together the pieces of the pie. By referring to other various sources, Burke helps one to understand the intent of the writing, and by extension, the philosophy of Vedanta.
I am personally grateful for the writings and explications of non-duality, including those by some Advaita teachers. However, on the whole I am not impressed in how many of these new teachers typically handle that philosophy. And I don't think there is a problem with the philosophy itself, but more with contemporary writers and teachers. Abbott George does a real service to the philosophy of non-duality with his commentary on this book. I recommend it.