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The United States of Paranoia by Jesse Walker
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Baseball Prospectus 2015 by Baseball Prospectus
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The Up Side of Down by Megan McArdle
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Really interesting take on how to encourage risk-taking while making failure painful, but recoverable and instructive. Covers a broad range of topics from prison reform to bankruptcy law to the financial crisis. Overlaps quite a bit with similar book ...more
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The Worst Team Money Could Buy by Bob Klapisch
The Worst Team Money Could Buy
by Bob Klapisch
read in February, 2015
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Meh. This covers very little of what happened on the field when the Mets dynasty crashed. It mostly focuses on sports writing, clubhouse shenanigans and lamentations for the good old days. Not bad but not great either.
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The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler
The Big Sleep
by Raymond Chandler
read in January, 2015
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Michael wants to read 25 books in the 2015 Reading Challenge
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And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
And Then There Were None
by Agatha Christie
read in December, 2014
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Thanks, Ms. Christie. It's not like I needed to sleep or anything.
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Boomerang by Michael Lewis
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Not Lewis's best book. This is a collection of five essays that are vaguely connected to the financial crisis. While there are some insights into the different crises in Iceland, Ireland, Greece, Germany and California, there was no unifying theme. I ...more
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