Which is good, insomuch as I like the ideas of Joseph Campbell, and bad, as in the dialogue with Bill Moyers is a poor vehicle for expressing his ideas. A good book, possibly, that could have benefited greatly from a removal of the interview format and a whole lot of editing and proofreading. Not surprisingly it's an abbreviated adaptation of a documentary on Campbell by the same name. Overall, OK, not great. But inspiration in some of the quotes, for example the famous speech by Chief Seattle, which upon further research proved to be in itself a myth written by Chief Seattle's fans and admirers, fitting, perhaps.