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very interesting, even if you don't like baseball

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Loved this book, and went on to read everything by this author.

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It's been a while since I read this book. I remember it being longer than my usual reads, highly entertaining in the descriptive department, solid character building and very successful with the imagery. There was a clear vision of the surroundings and the people that inhabited them. Atlhough the steam begun to run out towards the end, passages in this book randomly seem to make their way into my daily thoughts.

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He asks questions I, the average person, would be interested in but maybe it never occurred to me to ask. Like would a "Roshanda called by any other name smell as sweet" which then launches into a chapter all about names. Particularly interesting, why some black Americans choose to name their children ethnic, group-reflective names. The book offers, for the most part, unexpected conclusions about the questions they ask, which I think is key if you are going to try to reach beyond the group of typical economists and engage people who are much less experienced but are just as curious as the humorously self-deprecating Steven Levitt.