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I truly value that Michael Lewis wrote an inspiring impactful story at its proper length.
A story that has tremendous value was told and written without any fluff or run... Read more
I've already loaned my copy to friends and plan to re-read it when it comes back. When you find out as a youngster that there is something worth living for you'll be more ready as... Read morePublished 3 months ago by David
I have read two other Michael Lewis books (The Big Short and Boomerang) and recognize in him a big talentPublished 4 months ago by John D.
A very fetching book, like nearly everything that Lewis commits to paper. But I wish Lewis had written more about Coach Fitz on the roundball court. Read morePublished 7 months ago by A reader from New Orleans
Those expecting a bigger book should be cautioned: "Coach" first appeared in the New York Times, as some have noted, and so, as per the length typical to NYT pieces, is on the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by D.H.
A wonderful little book for anyone who is a coach or has a child who has a coach. A quick but thought provoking read. Thoroughly enjoyed it.Published 7 months ago by Former J-Stocker
This was very clearly originally written as a feature article for a magazine/newspaper. I'm not a particularly fast reader, but I was through it in 1 hour. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Nick Ellsmore
The best teachers push kids to do their best-- because they believe that every kid can excel-- with the right tools and motivation: [...]Published 10 months ago by OTA
It took me only one hour or so to read such a short book which is not worth the money I paid for it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Alexandre Winkler