Sidney Geeder, King of Mortgages, wants nothing more than to cash in his lucrative company stock and quit his job, but his dreams are threatened by the disappearance of Eggs Igino, the only possible man who can replace him. “The most entertaining work of fiction on Wall Street since Tom Wolfe’s Bonfire of the Vanities.” —USA Today “A hilarious must read for anyone with a brokerage account or...
“The most entertaining work of fiction on Wall Street since Tom Wolfe’s Bonfire of the Vanities.”
“A hilarious must read for anyone with a brokerage account or mutual fund.”
“The prose explodes with the force of a volcano, the dialogue is as flashy as a fireworks display, and the characters are as relentlessly driven as motorcycles on the wall of death.”
“Perhaps the most entertaining depiction of greed and dishonesty on Wall Street ever to see print...Bronson is a major talent, able to craft the kind of passages you reread just to revel in prose with a compelling cadence all its own.”
“The first thing you’ll want to do after reading Bombardiers...is to buy futures on Bronson’s career. This first novel is both funny and wise.”
—San Francisco Chronicle
źródło opisu: wydawnictwo Vintage, 1998