If you want to see how the billionaires of the world think and operate, this book is one to read. They operate on a much higher business plane than the normal American business... Read morePublished 1 month ago by kurt seraphine
Few memoirs have been as captivating as Tom Perkins personal account. Very well written and surprisingly quite honest, Tom touches on interesting stories from sailing, major... Read morePublished 4 months ago by David Larsen
The Silicon Valley is really about the people working there. This book is an excellent
insight into the making of a Valley Boy. Read more
Very much enjoyed reading the life stories of Tom Perkins, co-founder of KPCB; even more his account of the Maltese Falcon that I saw sailing off the coasts of Croatia a couple of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rodrigo SEPULVEDA SCHULZ
This guy is a truly loathsome individual, completely out of touch with reality. Nothing more than glorification of wealth by some scumbag 1%er.Published 15 months ago by Megafauna
From the 60's to the early part of the 21st century.
Tom's book provides a great read of some key moments in his life story.
You never know what's coming next. Read more
All in all a very interesting book -- it takes the reader on an insider's journey through some of the (now) biggest names in Silicon Valley history and how Perkins' firm got them... Read morePublished 17 months ago by PTB
I guess you need a huge ego to attain the heights that Tom did......but, oh boy, "it's all about me". Read morePublished 19 months ago by Maggie
It was very slow and it seemed as if the author was not very interested in even his own story more so just his point of view.Published 23 months ago by Dylan