This is a question in fact, why YOU are reading now this. And instead of hoopla review, I want to be helpful, because, maybe next time your review will be helpful to me.
There is one more book that has just about same content, and you must consider it, if you want to buy this kind of reading. Here it is: Richistan: A Journey Through the American Wealth Boom and the Lives of the New Rich
Now, let me list the differences and pros & cons (IMHO of course) of ALL THE MONEY against Richistan.
Graphs, Statistics, Numbers, Lists & beyond.
That is what ALL THE MONEY is just affluent of. I loved the graphs, and what I especially like - authors tie them in text, like a break-ins, so, interupting huge blocks of the text - to make a rest of reader. That is great.
It's still outsider view. Lo and behold, it is a compilation of facts, who spent what, who lost what and who divorced whom. While author of Richistan, literally hided himself in stealth mode, to see the soul & inside of this world. But again it lacks all the numbers and lists that this book have
What to do? Buy both :)