And once he had started, Anderson found it hard to give up. I was just sitting around getting drunk. I was just a hippy who got lucky. It seemed so bizarre to me.
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It feasts with dirty details how money, sex and drugs play huge role in a world full of egoistic individuals of banking. Those seem to contain mainly quite young white men.
These cityboys in London, just happen to get too much money and respect out of the work they do and that makes them act like this. The book Book really tries to shock you. The book itself is a bit longish sometimes when Geraint tells lots and lots details about drinking and partying. Also it requires a bit of an interest towards stock markets and banking to really follow all the curiosities that are being told.
I do enjoy working, but I still do it only for living and not the other way around. The only way is to really see the mistake yourself Lewis versus Anderson: "Flash boys" versus "City boys" Anderson tries really hard to shock the reader with the harsh truth about the financial world, the hard competition, the dirty games, the Much like Michael Lewis tried to do in his brilliant novel "Flash boys", so does Geraint Anderson try to explain the extravagant ways of the financial world in his book "City boys".
Anderson tries really hard to shock the reader with the harsh truth about the financial world, the hard competition, the dirty games, the corruption etc… And while all this is true, Lewis uses interesting financial information and explains certain concepts, while Andersons resorts to… sex, drinks and drugs.
Confessions of a City boy, Geraint Anderson | Cityboy
HITC catches up with the renegade ex-banker: So, Geraint, what happened to you after your book Cityboy came out in ? It all went a bit mad. I wrote a couple of City-based novels and then escaped the madness by getting married and moving to the Black Mountains in Wales. How did the move from Cityboy to Country Boy turn out?
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