I admit I still have some fondness for the book, in that its author did chip in to support BC back in the early days; I was among the attendees at the first BC convention in St. Louis (alas, before I started geocaching - I could have tagged another state...) and any mention of the book brings back memories of how much fun we had.
When I spot copies in used bookstores or LFLs, I always check to see if they were among the early copies issued with BCIDs; so far, no luck there.
Heh! Yeah, I found myself struggling over that one - since it was a gift from a sponsor of the site in its earliest days I felt obliged to comment, and since I did like some (er, the first few pages?) of it, and didn't want to dismiss the rest with "...and it was all downhill from there," I tried to be more detailed. [Then again, I often wax verbose. Don't everybody act surprised at once.]
As for whether you'd want to bother to read it or not - that's up to you, of course. I can't say I'd recommend it, though!
I found two copies when my local library bookstore was closing for renovations. Paid $.50 because I had heard the horror stories. ResQgeek double-dog-dared me to read and I survived about 100 pages. I took one copy, the one with the BC label pre-printed on the inside cover, to Athens because of its obvious BC connections. The other I gave away, and Melydia included her own review at that time. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13892671/
My review (having read only the first 5 chapters) was "Bad acid trips and sex lead man to believe he is a ram. That seemed to be the plot, if there actually was one."