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If you take the time to read the book for yourself, I think you will understand why.
Michael Lewis' The Big Short will go a long ways helping anybody wanting to understand how subprime mortages cause the collapse of our financial market.
The characters and their stories are very interesting providing the needed personality to keep the reader engaged.
Fantastic, witty, insightful writing about the big crash of 2008 and the folly that propelled it.Published 2 days ago by Paul Ehrmann
Tends to ramble and jump around too much in time. However the research and ability of Lewis to translate complex topics to the layman is amazing.Published 5 days ago by Blakeb1122
Plenty to learn from the past and this book keeps it free glowing and interesting all the way. Take the term, learn the lingo, read and re-read chapters to just absorb pure... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Chris Hoesly
Great listen, gives sucha great insight to the finacial fallout on Wall Street in 2008.Published 5 days ago by Nick P.
RATED 5 star because of the constant drummialsong that the "king was and is naked." The U.S. government's complicity in this travesty is criminal! Read morePublished 8 days ago by RisingWolf
Michael Lewis maybe the best contemporary writer I have read. His books are non-fiction and the subject matter would often be dry if written by another author, but his books are... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Derek H
I could care less if the book is on Kindle! I devoured this book, even if written in a flawed or biased fashion. Read morePublished 9 days ago by David F. Evans