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Ben Mezrich graduated magna cum laude from Harvard in 1991. Since then he has published twelve books, including the New York Times bestsellers The Accidental Billionaires, which was adapted into the Academy Award-winning film The Social Network, and Bringing Down the House, which has sold more than 1.5 million copies in twelve languages and became the basis for the Kevin Spacey movie 21. Mezrich has also published the national bestsellers Sex on the Moon, Ugly Americans, Rigged, and Busting Vegas. He lives in Boston.
Indeed, the book could have been condensed to forty pages or so.
I finished reading Rigged only because of my enjoyment of Mezrich's other books...I thought maybe it would turn around at some point.
The book was weak, but I put this down to the fact that the author was a fiction writer and this was his first work of journalism.
Worth the buy. Loved it. Great pace, clever design, vivid characters and the usual rags to riches hustle we love. Another Mezrich success!Published 1 month ago by Sway01
Book didn't look and smell brand new. Had to gift it to someone within specific time so couldn't return/exchange it either.Published 1 month ago by S.Shibad
I have enjoyed all of Ben Mezrich's books - this one is no exception. Good read. I recommend it if you are a Mezrich fan.Published 2 months ago by Thousand Oaks Gal
Let me start by saying that I have read several Ben Mezrich books and in general I am a fan and in no way have an axe to grind. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DAG
"I'm not looking to use big words," Mezrich admits. "I write for people who if they weren't reading my book, they wouldn't be reading another book. They would be watching TV. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bat Sands
As usual the build up is as good as any other titles from the author but get boring as you expect a climax that never really comes....Published 8 months ago by tejant
Interesting format, a novel approach. Would have preferred a little less concentration on dramatic landscaping and more on the actual development of thee political intrigues that... Read morePublished 10 months ago by John Lazootin
EXCELLENT Thoughtful insightful easy read. Cuts to the bone of the history of change and the need for us all to remain open, generous, compassionate, willing to change.Published 10 months ago by Troy Hamilton
Working and living as I do in Dubai, I picked this up at the Dubai International Airport(DIA) while awaiting a flight out(why oh why do airports across the world tend to stock only... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Shishir Yerramilli