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A great read. Much better than the movie. Lewis is so good at explaining the confusing details of the financial system, and descriptions of the characters' stories were... Read morePublished 5 hours ago by My2centsworth
A riveting story of how many people really knew the end of the real-estate boom was inevitable.Published 7 hours ago by Richard J. Collins
Great Book. Interesting read that moved along at a good pace.Published 12 hours ago by The Knight's Squire
Great read. Inter
esting and we'll researched. I would only recommend this book to someone with a large supply of antidepressants. Read more
This book leads me to the conclusion that this could easily happen again and how sadly there didn't exist a consequence for those that created such hardship for so many Americans. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Merrill Ballinger
I usually read the book before I watch the movie, but this time I didn't.
As soon as I finished watching the 2015 movie “The Big Short,” I immediately decided to read... Read more
I never would have known to read this book. When I called to question the fine print in a notice sent out by Morgan S, my broker was shocked. Nobody reads the fine print. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jason Bryant
I saw the movie before I read the book, and for reasons I can't explain, it simply fascinated me. I re-watched it dozens of times, and read the book three or four times. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Susan Sloate, Best-selling author of FORWARD TO CAMELOT and STEALING FIRE