I have it, and I've read it.
It is a lot of woo wrapped up in science-y jargon. To the credit of the book and the author though, skeptical viewpoints are not outright dismissed, just challenged (albeit with very very bad evidence). She positions most of the book as her "journalistic" investigation of various phenomena - perhaps to remove herself from any direct responsibility for claims being made/supported and avoid being seen as the authority on the supposed science.
It's a good book if you're new to skepticism, and want to hone your BS detector or are otherwise interested in how pseudoscience (and some legitimate science) can be spun to support just about any new age belief.
By the way, who was it that refered to new age as "newage," to imitate sewage?