Michael Lewis does it again--great insights and kept me engaged through the end. The only thing that would have made this book better would be if Lewis read it himself.
Yes, I do plan to read Let the Great World Spin
Not sure I would listen again. That could have been why it seemed so disjointed.
Loved the story about Senator Mitchell.
Maybe--if they liked fiction a lot.
I enjoyed the story of Louise Brooks, but found the fictional part frequently trite.
Louise in the drug store.
Could have been shorter.
I found it difficult to stay engaged with the story. I suspect that people with more knowledge and familiarity with the area and the issues would find it more enlightening.
Only if the character's voice were actually supposed to have an accent. Since Anthony Shadid was from Oklahoma Shah's voice made the author's identity confusing for me.
Maybe--likely not. And I am an avid movie goer.
She got it!
Being able to relive the journey from college to today with such insight was so reassuring.
I am more articulate about our legacy.
. . . and looking forward to more.
Jim Collins produces compelling research. I have read most of his books and learn much every time.
Very well could.
It was all moving, although given his recent death, the ending was particularly moving.
Great book for long drives. Kept me mesmerized.
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