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Contributor(s) Michael Lewis
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Overview: Liar's Poker

The Wall Street has been responsible for making people's life as well as destroying them. Wall Street made dreams of many a reality and made them ride on success. One such rugs-to-riches story about Michael Lewis is revealed in the book Liar's Poker. This book is semi-autobiography that narrates Lewis's journey in The Wall Street Market, in the 1980's. The sensational narration of this amazingly passionate journey along with the path-breaking and realistic description of The Wall street makes this book unique and important text which perfectly reflects the face of 1980's.

This book very effectively showcases two worlds at the same time. The first world comprises of Michael Lewis and his personal journey which starts from his college life and his career in Salomon Brothers. Here the author describes his work as a bond salesman and the various aspects of this profession. At one point, the story becomes a description of the life and struggles of all traders and salesman. The second world tells about Salomon Brothers as a company which reached the top of the market by creating a monopoly. The first world captures an important era in Wall Street while the other world talks about the culture and the trends of people working at Wall Street.

Michael Lewis, received his Master's degree in Economics from the reputed London School of Economics. Before becoming a financial journalist he worked as a bond salesman. Lewis now is a writer who mostly focuses on The Wall Street. His books have become very popular and his writing has won him many plaudits. Some of his books include Flash Boys:A Wall Street Revolt, The Big Short:Inside the Doomsday Machine and Moneyball:The Art of Winning an Unfair Game.

This edition of the book is available in paperback binding for online shoppers. It has an ISBN 10 number of 0340839961 and ISBN 13 number of 978-0340839966.

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date June 5, 2006
Publisher Hodder And Stoughton
Contributor(s) Michael Lewis
Binding Paperback
Page Count 304
ISBN 10 0340839961
ISBN 13 9780340839966
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 200 grams
Product Dimensions 12.9 cm x 2 cm x 19.7 cm
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