It was fascinating to follow the processes of running a high end restaurant . However by the end of the book the author drifts away from his narrative and gets bogged down in long conversations of cooking philosophy.
The first section or the book that is focused on the day to day operations of the restaurant.
Read Kitchen Confidential instead.
No. Like his last few books this all sounds like something I've read before, almost like a collection of magazine articles edited into one long book. It also feels a little glib, like a Malcom Gladwell book.
Michael Lewis is a very talented writer. If he were to write a longer, more in depth book as he did earlier in his career I would be all over it.
Read Dark Pools by Scott Patterson instead.
Nobody - this is completely unlistenable
Charles Murray's incisive unpacking of statistics is able to illuminate broad social trends in ways that laymen can understand.
Recording levels are much too high! The audio regularly peaks, going from inaudible to painful in the same sentence. Worse, there is someone else in the room talking!
No, this was unprofessional and embarrassing.
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