The Instant Millionaire: A Tale of Wisdom and Wealth by Mark Fisher had an odd feel to me. It reminded me of the story The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason which I enjoyed and appreciated.
This book contained good advice as "Set goals for yourself with a definite amount and a definite ending date" "Set your creative mind to work on what you want".
I was bugged by the twisting of Scripture to mean something other than the original intent. I believe the story could have stood on its own and carried off the strength of its message without the warped Bible passages.