What's good: An insight into banking from different perspectives, fact tidbits about the industry which is not commonly known, and food for thought about the industry in relation to the GFC. The book is quite objective as the author presents balanced viewpoints.
What's bad: The book is a form of dry entertainment for those who enjoy bank-bashing. Given the topic, it is not for a wide audience.
Recommended: No, but good for those interested in banking or just general reading.
Found in NLB: Yes