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The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine (Hardcover)

by Michael Lewis

Detective Michael Lewis on Goldman Sachs v. Sergey Aleynikov 0

A Year in Reading: Keith Gessen 1

I tend to read books in spurts.

Matt Taibbi's Class Warfare is Truthy and Depressing 11

Griftopia portrays America as a ghetto being looted by evil drug lords, but a simpler explanation of the financial crisis, to me at least, seems to be the economics of laziness and arrogance.

The Millions Top Ten: September 2010 2

A financial meltdown post-mortem graduates to the Hall of Fame and a Booker shortlister debuts.

Stockholm Syndrome: Two Books on High Finance 3

Dennis Hopper is the neoliberal consensus, the crazy person waving the Glock around is the financial industry, the bullet is a two trillion dollars in losses, and the poor hostage being jerked hither and yon is you and me.

Millions Top Ten: August 2010 1

You know who grabbed the top spot, but which other two literary superstars made a splash on The Millions' list in August?

The Millions Top Ten: June 2010 5

With four books heading to the Hall of Fame, that means we have four new books landing on the list, ranging from hard-boiled Scandinavian thrillers to historical fiction in 18th century Japan to a 12-year-old literary biography with a twist.

The Millions Top Ten: May 2010 0

Tinkers debuts and The Corrections graduates. Plus, a controversial new number one.

The Millions Top Ten: April 2010 3

Franzen stays on top. Sebald to the Hall of Fame. Tolstoy debuts.

The Millions Top Ten: March 2010 2

David Mitchell graduates to the Hall of Fame, Michael Lewis debuts, and we have a new number one.

Betting on the Blind Side 0

A Big New Release Tuesday 1

Most Anticipated: The Great 2010 Book Preview 69

There's something for every lover of fiction coming in 2010, but, oddly enough, the dominant theme may be posthumous publication.

Most Anticipated: Rounding Out 2009, An Epic Year for Books 26

Michael Lewis and The Big Short 0