I normally don't add school reads to my Goodreads list, but this one was interesting enough to add. It is an unmistakable piece of self promotion, and I seriously think Paulson is softly announcing a future run for President here. Once I got past the chapters establishing himself as a hardworking honest farm boy and college QB, with the environmental activist wife, the actual minute by minute of the Financial crisis is as engaging as a Dan Brown book with ridiculous cliff hangers and crazy characters run amok (and I mean that in the best possible way). Completely accessible. Makes one wonder what the world would be like if everything had been allowed to crash. Go Hank! But you'll have to convince all those lunatic tea partiers to vote for you, which will be no easy task.