Drew Havens made a killing for the Rising Fund, which, thanks to his prognostications, was the only hedge operation to anticipate and capitalize on the mortgage crisis of 2008. For Havens, it’s always been about the numbers. He sees things others can’t, from the collapse of the American real-estate market to the multibillion-dollar rise of his ruthless and charismatic boss.
Havens is now rich beyond his dreams, but his work at the Rising Fund has cost him his marriage. And now it may cost him his life. It starts with the brutal murder of his young protégé and, over the course of six explosive days, six other brokers around the world, each killed after executing a trade linked to the Rising Fund. As the violence escalates from South Africa to São Paulo, Hong Kong to Berlin, Havens frantically tries to construct a model that will reveal the catastrophic event that only he can see coming—and confirm that his boss and the Rising Fund are at the center of it.
The Last Trade is a relentlessly entertaining, adrenaline-fueled thriller about the forces that shape our culture—and a lone man desperate to achieve redemption—while averting a global economic catastrophe.
What did you love best about The Last Trade?
This book was hard to put down, the technology is so advanced it is scary and the manipulations in high finance is even more frightening!
What did you like best about this story?
Have you listened to any of Peter Berkrot’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
This is my first read by this author
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It opened my eyes.