04-09-2009 04:36 PM
...Or should I say that no two persons can read the same book at the same time, word for word, the whole way through
04-11-2009 01:12 PM
04-13-2009 03:43 AM
04-17-2009 11:46 AM
CA...author, father, brother, husband, son, and everything else under the sun; at least for the time being. I think you'll like the book if you're into the current financial crisis and what brought us, as a country, to our knees.
Kinda funny how greed and corruption eventually leads to the demise of Corporate America and modern day capitalism (as we know it).
The book is written from the perspective of an executive leader that spent 2+ years at the top of an organization. All content is true, to the best of the author's memory, and Bach provides some potential solutions to modern day problems.
04-18-2009 11:23 PM
05-18-2009 09:17 PM
I consider these:
1. SAIL, by James Patterson and Howard Roughan
2. ANGELS AND DEMONS, by Dan Brown
3. PHANTOM PREY, by John Sandford
4. ODD HOURS, by Dean Koontz
5. BURNING WILD, by Christine Feehan