I will second @Uberdude 's suggestion on that. AI usually gives advice that it is hard to comprehend, even for dan level players. It is hardly a “teaching tool” when you are trying to learn the game and break into SDK ranks.
Instead, what I would suggest (since you are keen on looking at the finished games and reviewing what happened) is that you look at what the opponent did and try it yourself. For example:
Let’s say you start a game, the opponent plays a fuseki like san-ren-sei or Chinese and you fail to break into it and lose. That’s fine.
Start another game with a higher ranked opponent (another good habit you seem to have) and you give a try to the thing that you just lost to. Play the san-ren-sei or the chinese fuseki you just didn’t manage to deal with and see how the more experienced player deals with it and learn from that.
Treat the game as a teaching game and set to observing what the other player is doing differently from you. That way it will be like you are having doznes of tutors at the same time. That’s one of the things I did to improve and it works. Pose the problem you have to a better player. You will probably lose the game, but now you have suggestions and solutions to the problem.
Here I will second @Vsotvep 's suggestion by only adding this, which might help you:
a) Try to study a more difficult book slowly, instead of trying to read through it.
b) Try to find a real Go board (a cheap one will do) and try to play the variations and board positions and moves that more difficult books are suggesting. This will make it more easy for you to visualise, understand and imprint it as a “good idea” or something to try in your next game.
If something doesn’t work or you think is beyond you (e.g. the concept of Sabaki), leave it for later.
Sometimes in order to understand one concept, you need to have practiced a different one first, which you might have skipped or might have not totally grasped.
At the end of the day, @_Sofiam is correct that practice is important, but the truth is that there is a modicum of talent involved. If you think you have reached a limit to how much better you can become, then do not worry about it and try to have fun playing the game at the level you are.
Hope this helps. Good luck and have fun