The Inner Voice of Love is a series of very short chapters, each less than 2 pages in length. I have found I can't read more than one or two at a time, because they are so rich and full, so the book is slow going. Each chapter stands alone, as do, say, the small chapters in a book by Anthony De Mello, but reading it from cover to cover reveals a progression in thought and a sort of narrative structure. There are many works of spiritual sustenance out there, but what gives this depth for me is the knowledge that it is borne out of real struggles: a real human being is faced with his own limits and seeks to find there the eternal truths he has given his life to.
Here is the dark night of the soul. Here is the cloud of unknowing, as one man lived through it. The result is a depth of insight which has helped me in the task of making sense of my own life, and the love with which I am surrounded. This is a book I imagine I will recommend often.