In his introduction to Desire Found Me, André Rabe makes a bold claim:
This book is a risk. A risk to your current state of mind, a risk to some of your deeply held beliefs and as such a risk to who you think you are. (page 7)
This comes shortly after what he said about the writing of this book:
I eventually realized that I was not dealing with just another topic, another set of concepts, another perspective, but rather, with the essence that connects them all. As such no one concept or perspective could ever adequately describe it. (page 4)
Such statements set up rather high expectations. The content had better be revolutionary to live up to that.