Killing Wall Street – Sanjay Sanghoee – Review

Killing Wall Street by Sanjay Sanghoee

I’ve enjoyed reading Killing Wall Street and I find it full of action, intriguing and entertaining book.

I like how Cathy’s actions are described and I found myself whispering to her to stop or what to do sometimes.

I like how Michael solved the case in the end and I have to tell you that I didn’t expect this final.

It’s an easy reading book, where I found some interesting explanations about the financial system, corrupt greed people and struggling people.

I also found some interesting quotes. Here are just some of them:

“People will accept almost anything if you apply enough pressure on them. Eventually they will realize that it’s in their best interests.”

“The thing about some friendships: they are evergreen and even after a long hiatus you can recapture the chemistry.”

“Instincts and feelings are universal – we have them whether we are short or tall, thin or fat, poor or rich, jobless or gainfully employed, housewives or athletes.”

“Old ties are hard to break.”

“You would be surprised what you can do if you believe you are doing the right thing.”

“It’s always been about money. Greed isn’t modern invention; it’s been around since Judas accepted his thirty pieces of silver. But that doesn’t mean that people like you should sell out!”

“Every moment of your existence is different when you have enough money to tell people to go to hell. Take orders from no one, fear no one…try and imagine that. That’s what money really buys – a life without fear.”

“money? Yes, sadly we value little rectangles of green paper more than people, but I think the money is useless if we don’t use it to help each other.”

Thank you for the great book and I wish to read more from this author!

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