BOOK I. CHAPTER 1 A WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING. CHAPTER 2 THE — they were leaning back in their seats, reading their Wall Street. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Belfort, who founded one of the first and largest . I happened to see Wolf of Wall Street in the theater before I read the book, and bought the Kindle copy when it was $ during an Oscar week. My dad, crazy as he is in my book. [The Wolf of Wall Street], became a CPA [ Certified. Practising Accountant]. He is a very ethical guy. When I was growing up I.

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Author: Jordan Belfort Pages: Publication Date Release Date: ISBN: Product Group:Book [PDF] Download The. Now a major motion picture directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Leonardo DiCaprioNEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER By day he made thousands of dollars . THE WOLF OF WALL STREET In the s Jordan Belfort, former kingpin of the

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Most of you know by now that fiction and fantasy are my jam, my last class for University required us to read nonfiction book somewhat pertaining to ethics and business, and this one called to me. I'd already seen the movie a few times before - it happens See this review, and more like it at www.

I'd already seen the movie a few times before - it happens to be one of Mr. Bastion's favorites - and while I'm not the biggest fan myself, I figured the antics associated with Belfort's crazy lifestyle of excess would give this enough color to at least make it palatable. I'm also addicted to Xanax and Valium and Morphine and Klonopin and GHB and Marijuana and Percocet and mescaline and just about everything else, including high-priced hookers, medium-priced hookers and an occasional streetwalker, but only when I feel like punishing myself I've been sober for 5 whole days now, and I'm walking around with a constant erection.

I miss my wife terribly, and if you really want to resent me I'll show you a picture of her. I hoped that what followed might include Belfort actually taking some responsibility for the terrible things he did to his family, his clients, and the economy. Unfortunately, what actually happens is pages of praise for himself, and contempt for the people who were stupid enough to fall for his lies.

The narrative is complete devoid of any true sense of remorse or reflection for the terrible things he did. Even worse, the book became a vehicle for him to land one final jab on all of the people he perceived as wronging him over the course of his career. Not to mention, he's also a racist, sexist, asshole with the ego to match. Belfort has this weird penchant for giving every person he encounters in his life a nickname that he then refers to them as for the rest of the book in narrative voice.

Some of his least offensive included "The Blockhead and "Master Forger," while his more offensive included the "Luscious Duchess," referring to his now ex-wife and the "Depraved Chinaman," referring to a rival on Wall Street. Submit Search.

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Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds.If I had to read the phrase "loamy loins," "Luscious Duchess" or "Lifestyles of the Rich and Dysfunctional" one more time I couldn't be held liable for any of my actions.

Wegner's Life Between Two Death, Be the first to like this. Unfortunately, what actually happens is pages of praise for himself, and contempt for the people who were stupid enough to fall for his lies.

Now, in this astounding and hilarious tell-all autobiography, Belfort narrates a story of greed, power, and excess that no one could invent. No Downloads.