I very much enjoyed this book. It was interesting, thought-provoking, and I learned a lot. Some of the explanations were clearer than any I had previously come across, both in the world of science and in the world of people and interactions.
So yes, strongly recommended for if you are looking for something to make you think. But not as a source of gospel truth. The book is mainly based on analogies between scientific principles and laws and everyday life. And they are interesting analogies. But they have all the problems of arguing from analogy: some of the analogies are weak or even non-existent, and if you strain an analogy too far you're unlikely to come to truth. Particularly on the "everyday life" side I felt that it was over-simplistic, with lots of generalisations made to fit the analogy, and those generalisations would neither describe my life nor the lives of those I know.
What it claims to be deep insights from scientific rules sometimes felt to me just to be tenuous analogies between cliches and science. And it got old quickly saying things like "It's not my fault. It's the laws of the universe". That just doesn't work when all you have is an analogy.
Caveats aside, though, it was fun to read, it was interesting, the science side had some particularly clear explanations, and I would strongly recommend it.