I suppose it would be difficult to combine a profound story with advertising specific brands of equipment, or if not specific brands, sensible styles of equipment along with descriptions of their applications. Rawles seems to have taken on the task of combining technical analysis with a storyline. I was a bit taken back with the lack of children involvement for the main characters in this story since many people have children to look after. However, the story is quite believable, far more believable then the 1630’s Dutch tulipomania. I would recommend this novel; it's worth the analysis.
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