To me it's a book on accounting from a layman's perspective. Explain the concept once and repeat it ten times (or more), that's how Kiyosaki wrote the book. Poor readability, but worth reading once just to learn what he says.
I like Vir Sanghvi's writings, generally. Rude Food is an excellent collection of food writings, and the author presents authoritative and balanced views. I haven't had many of the food he describes; it just opened a window to the wide world of food and dining to me.
An easy reading book on asian dining in the US. It covers a lot of terminologies and background, but no way authoritative. There are mistakes about India food. Anyway, as the author himself says, authentic is a relative term. This is a book about authentic American-Asian dining.