Book Review Sunday – My Adventures With Your Money by T.D. Thornton
A gambler, a forger, a briber, a marketing magnate, and a swindler walk into a race track and their names are Jacob Simon Herzig and George Graham Rice. Actually it's the same guy who went by the pseudonym George Graham Rice for the majority of his life. Thornton relives Herzig's many hats frequently switching between marketing a scam, getting rich, and not soon after going broke on his vices and going to one of his many stays in jail. I begrudgingly related at moments to the character piece of this book when he had his midlife crisis at thirty (average life expectancy was 47 years in the 1900s) and had yet to make a meaningful impact on the world. We diverge in our implementation of how to achieve such a goal.