The author clearly and enjoyably relates the history of how science and mathematics became applied to finance, highly enjoyable if you have a little bit of popular science background, it serves as a gentle introduction to many statistical and mathematical relationships as well.
Probably one of the most interesting books I've read, a great book if you are interested in history, business, capitalism, or entrepreneurship, and perfect if you are interested in more than one of those. Full of interesting facts as well as captivating narratives. I give 3 stars only for performance though, because it is read so fast, I listened to most of it at half speed using the Audible mobile app, which was a little too slow.
The longer of the A+ books here, and a little outdated, it is certainly not enough to use solely to study with, but to augment your A+ studying when you can listen while doing some other monotonous task, it might be worth it. The author reads very fast, so I slowed it down to 1/2 speed.
A decent narrative history woven together of the history of motorcycles, including significant foreign events as well. A little cheezy at times, but a light hearted, fair, and enjoyable telling.
Robert Bidinotto's "Hunter: A Thriller" is expertly crafted; integrating conflict, drama, and philosophy in a captivating story. The authors extensive background in criminal justice journalism adds intense realism and authenticity to the story. This story embodies the best of good story telling as one of an incredibly rare breed of philosophical action romances that idealizes positive rational themes. As one of these and Hunter stands, to use a metaphor from Robert's story, at Olympian heights. Thank you Robert for crafting such an excellent story, I eagerly await more Dylan Hunter stories.
Conor does a great job in the Audio rendition of this book, seamlessly transitioning from one characther to another and reading with sincerity and enthusiasm.
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