To be honest, Michael Lewis is not an author I was familiar with until a few of his books got made into movies. Having enjoyed viewing Moneyball and The Blind Side, I had put it on my to-do-list to discover the author behind these works.
I stumbled across a 25th Anniversary Edition of Liar’s Poker in a bookstore and decided to give it a go. It was not a work I was familiar with and really had no clue what I was venturing in to. Liar’s Poker was Lewis’ first book and tells a somewhat autobiographical story about his own experience as a bond trader. The book’s title comes from a high stakes gambling of the same name played by bond traders on Wall Street. Continue reading “Liar’s Poker by Michael Lewis – Book Review”