Very quick, but light read about financial risk. She illustrates economic concepts like stock options, using examples of people and situations from the real world.
I always find these kinds of books interesting, but for me they always seem a bit of a tease. I was interested in all the topics she covered: brothel management, horse breeding, and professional poker players, but I wish she dived deeper into each topic. I understand this is not the point of these sort of mass-market books but still it was a bit disappointing for me.
For the layman wanting to learn more about risk in a funny, non-threatening way, starting with this book would be OK.
Book #91 in my My 2020 Reading Challenge