Unequivocally the most insightful account of the struggle to salvage the U.S. financial system from the brink of collapse. Andrew Ross Sorkin is a columnist, assistant editor of business and finance news, and the mergers and acquisitions reporter for the NY Times. He is much more than that.
Sorkin displays an unparalleled combination of story-telling, and a breadth and depth of reporting skills that contribute mightily to this epic work. He illuminates the essence of the most profound financial crisis in this nation’s history since the Great Depression. His unique access to key decision makers, Wall Street insiders and government officials serves to set this work apart from other treatments of this subject.
Far and away the BEST non-fiction BOOK on the U.S. financial crisis during the first decade of the 21st century.