Quicksilver introduces a wildly diverse set of characters that bring the period to life. Part historical fiction, part a character play. A great intro to the series
Internal audit can perform a valuable function. The author came across as a bitter sole who confused audit with strategy and big picture with process control. A very valuable function to have in place, particularly given the size of dollars involved. But the author seems to confuse his function with the vision and actions (sometimes wrong or misguided) that were taken in the midst of a crisis. All in all, a waste of time spent listening to this.
For those who find Michael Crichton to have too much depth. Entertaining story-line, though
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