This is much like other books I've read about young, immature people who work in the financial industry and have very little concern for other people or their wealth, careers, families, and communities. Lewis writes well enough, but his personal story is very interesting, not as audacious as "Ugly Americans", and not as immoral as "The Wolf of Wall Street." Still, though, Lewis reveals the culture of an industry that is arrogant, crude, and obnoxious; a world that is far removed from reality and morality.
Michael Lewis is a genius at explaining the machinations of Wall Street. The most interesting 3 hours I've ever spent learning about economics
Excellent book that shows money is not everything. There is more to life than money and meaningful life is much different than having more money.
I like Michael Lewis a lot but this was a steady barrage of F this and F that. I had to give it up early on. Try Moneyball or the Big Short instead.