Yes, because the author read it and his emotion came through.
The fascinating inside look at modern Wall Street.
His mixed emotions at leaving work he had loved. Also, his experience of 9/11.
I think Mr. Smith has achieved his purpose of exposing how greed has overtaken Wall Street traders. It will be interesting to see if there are meaningful management and regulatory changes as a result.
Letters to Malcolm is my favorite C.S. Lewis book. I enjoyed hearing it read to me. This was the last book Lewis prepared for publishing. To my mind, it is his most personal. I looked among his friends to find Malcolm only to learn that he is a composite of friends Lewis had.
I thought the reader spoke a bit fast and often without much inflection. Still, I will listen to it again.
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