I had previously listened to "Feel the fear and do it anyway"also by Susan Jeffers, and so bought "End the struggle". I found it a very interesting book with many good suggestions and ideas. I had found "feel the fear" to be quite life changing - this book is slightly less so for me but is still excellent. I have listened to it a number of times and implemented those things that seemed right for me. Certain phrases in the book concerning choosing how you respond to events in life have been particularly useful and have passed into the family's vocabulary. Recommended.
Although I am already an atheist, I wanted to get this book due to its notoriety. I wasn't disappointed!
The book is broken down into basic arguments (or rather, statements of facts) each taking a single chapter. The narration is by Dawkins and his wife. It's clear and concise, each point of fact followed to its natural conclusion. It's almost clinical in its approach ensuring that there can be no misunderstandings.
I loved it. As an atheist I found it compelling and the dry humour and sarcasm made me laugh out loud. I cannot fault the research and conclusions. Dawkins is a professional and respected scientist and this book is akin to a research thesis, clinical, to the point and (naturally) derisive in that there is no logical reason to believe in a God so why do it!
Maybe this should become the atheists equivalent of the bible except it's based on fact not ancient fiction. For those of you that are hovering between belief and atheism then this book should make things clearer. If you are a true believer, this book will either upset you or make you begin to question your faith.
The only criticism that I have is the use of 'difficult' words. Fine for someone who has a good grasp of the English language but would be a little difficult to follow for those that aren't.
Overall a great book. Good facts, good humour and good listening.