As I mentioned above, I'm a huge fan of Walsh's. I think her writing is clear and precise, but also emotional and inspiring. She manages to blend her personal story with Biblical insights that she clearly backs up with Scripture. I also applaud her for her honesty in sharing her own story with her audience, particularly when this type of story is not commonly told in conservative Christian circles.
This is intended for a pretty specific audience, which I think will have a large impact on whether or not you "enjoy" it. Obviously, it's intended for a female, Christian audience, specifically one that is dealing with depression, anxiety, or hopelessness. She addresses both clinical depression and depression that has come from a specific situation. If you're struggling, I think she's a great author to turn to and this book contained a world of help for me.
I highly recommend it to those who are struggling in any aspect of life, particularly those who are looking to the Bible for help and to the Christian community for support.