Nataly Chernova Chernova itibaren 6363 Balkan, Bulgaristan
Eh, it wasn't a bad story, but definitely not the best. It seemed like the author felt that no matter how unbelievable the plot something always had to be happening. An interesting story though, albeit unbelievable,- it would probably make a good beach read if it weren't for a couple of dark twists.
A fine book, but more academic and full of numbers and quotes than I thought it would be. I didn't quite know what to expect but thought it might be different than it was. Perhaps I hoped it would be more of a general social commentary than a academic overview of financial troubles. Overall not a bad book though and definitely informative for anyone financially minded or not (I'm not, and had to skim some of the deeper discussions of financial formulas and things I couldn't begin to understand).