-I loved this book for its humor, everyday practicality, how relatable it felt even without having a background in physics or knowledge about the pranks and experiments he conducted. As well as the book being well-written in the sense that it reads as if you're sitting on the couch with him as he's telling you stories about his life, all with a child-like sense of wonder and enthusiasm about the world.
THE $12 MILLION STUFFED SHARK BY DON THOMPSON
-I'm interested in the high-finance and fine-art worlds and this book discussed how they both go together - money and art - in an informative, quick-paced way.
THE BUY SIDE BY TURNEY DUFF
-For its humor, honesty, and how well written it was in terms of it being a page turner while also providing you with an insightful account about the high-finance industry.
MOLLY'S GAME BY MOLLY BLOOM
-It was an entertaining, quick-paced read about the private, high-stakes poker industry with an assortment of participants.
MONEYBALL, LIAR'S POKER & THE BIG SHORT BY MICHAEL LEWIS
-I thought they were all entertaining reads, while also being insightful about their respective subjects.
STEVE JOBS BY WALTER ISAACSON
-It was an illuminating read to me.
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Separately, these books are on my list to read if anyone has opinions about them:
-Ghost in the Wires by Kevin
-Principles by Ray Dalio
-A Man For All Markets by Edward Thorp