I can't comment on the book itself, but I always found economics generally to be a fun and enlightening field of study. Maybe when you are an accountant, that's a matter of perspective.
I had 15 Econ hours in undergrad, another 6 in grad school, it was a relief from the accounting stuff at times.
There is a TON of great stuff in economics, especially in game theory. Graduate level microeconomics, for me at least, is about the most painful subject matter out there. So much of non-game theory micro is so tautological it makes me want to scream.