This is not the prayer book that I use for daily prayer, however, I do strongly recommend it and its companion volume "Celtic Night Prayer". The volumes reflect what the Northumbria Community has found works for them - and coming out of actual practice means that it is designed to meet the actual needs of the community.
Some may object to the recasting of Shabbat in Christian terms - several dioceses have dropped Passover meals because of potential offense to our Jewish community. Many will find that some of the readings for meditation are excellent and some will soon be forgotten. The mediations come from a variety of religious traditions e.g. for February we have: Brother Lawrence, Michel Quoist, Marjorie Milne, Ian Petit, Catherine Baird, Madelaine L'Engle ... In both books scripture reading constitutes a significant portion of the prayer.
If the psalms of Morning and Evening Prayer don't speak to you, this is a solid prayer book that may lead you to other forms of the Liturgy of the Hours.
This book is a wonderful aid to daily prayer. It is used effectively in group situations but is also a powerful means of directing private devotions. There is something extremely meaningful about sharing in an office that is being observed by many others at set times of the day.