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This book is like Ben's others, a good read that keeps you wanting more.
Like someone else said, Mezrich should have researched this book better, it turned me off when he wrote about factual places like Gas Panic.
I agree some of the details are faulty and things of this sort, but for a entertainment read this book is very good.
Love, love, love Ben Mezirich. He is brilliant. Brings depth of understanding to anything he writes. Read morePublished 26 days ago by sharon D greenspan
The book reads like fast paced fiction: larger than life characters, hundred million dollar deals during the day, excessive and expensive parties at night, fast cars, beautiful... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ilya Grigorik
I have seen Ben Mezrich praised by critics for his wealth of details. He certainly has plenty of details about Japan in Ugly Americans. The problem is: they're all wrong. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ross scott
Thoroughly enjoyed this. It rekindled my passion in share trading, and creating a life you love n your terms. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sway01
Author was amazing I have read a few of his books. Also this is a great story. One of the best I have ever read!Published 3 months ago by Dylan
A well told story and entertaining. You don't have to be interested in the stock markets to enjoy this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lee RideFar
First of all, I agree with all the negative reviews that the book is not factually accurate regarding derivative trading or how Ivy Leaguers behave. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Norm
Can't believe this stuff happens. Great read!
Recommend it for anyone with interest in the global markets and the debauchery of rock stars.
I found this book so riveting that I often read it for hours at a time and hsrd a difficult time putting it down.Published 10 months ago by Dustin