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review 2015-12-23 23:45
The Wolf of Wall Street by Jordan Belfort
The Wolf of Wall Street - Jordan Belfort

This could've been cut in half and still retained its masturbatory air. It's Jordan Belfort wanking about how many drugs he's done, women he's cheated on his (now ex) wife with, how many times he's fucked his (now ex) wife and the feelings she gave his TOTALLY BIG PENIS GUYS, IT'S HUGE I JUST HAD TO SHOW PEOPLE BECAUSE MY PENIS IS BIG EVEN THOUGH I AM SHORT JUST LOOK!!! He also likes to reiterate every few chapters about how he's totally not a bigot, okay, it just slips out and then a moment later the slurs go flying.

He could've at least paid for a ghost writer, and then some. At least DiCaprio was almost charming. Oh yeah, DiCaprio's Belfort was toned down. Jesus. If this was written as though Belfort felt even a shred of real remorse, I wouldn't be so annoyed and bored. There was little of the actual Stratton Oakmont years, far less than even the film, which is the entire reason I picked up this book in the first place. It's just a midlife crisis in book form. This memoir is Belfort having a five hundred page-long wank about how great he was at stocks and women and drugs, because Jordan Belfort is absolutely the sort of man to think of women as a prize to be won.  He was, and continues to be, gross. Look no further for proof that Wall Street is evil, or at the very least shot through with it.

 

Was it worth the twenty hours I spent listening to it?

 

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text 2015-03-31 16:25
Book Blog #2 (Absent)
Catching the Wolf of Wall Street: More Incredible True Stories of Fortunes, Schemes, Parties, and Prison - Jordan Belfort

I just finished up reading The Pursuit of Happyness, and am now starting Jordan Belfort's second novel. This sequel takes the reader back into the life of a crazy rich guy. From his humble beginning to his walk of shame. And all the spaces in between. Even how he messed up and went to jail! That's all I have this week, until my next blog...

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text 2015-03-26 15:43
The Wolf of Wall Street Book Blog 2
The Wolf of Wall Street - Jordan Belfort

I have recently started reading "The Wolf of Wall Street" by Jordan Belfort.  It begins with Jordan Belfort, a newcomer on Wall Street, working to become a stockbroker.  He doesn't have his broker license yet, so he works as an intern until he passes the broker test.  After he passes the test, He is excited to start making money and finally becoming a broker.  But on his first day, the market crashes.  It was the worst crash since 1929.  He starts looking for brokerage firms that are hiring, but in this recession, no one is hiring.  I look forward to reading the rest of this book, because it seems very interesting.

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review 2014-12-25 00:00
The Wolf of Wall Street
The Wolf of Wall Street - Jordan Belfort Diary of a douchebag (racist and homophobic to boot). One of the worst books I have ever read. A terribly written trip into a narcissists head that is about 521 pages too long. One star is way too much for this trash.
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review 2014-10-31 14:40
Wolf of Wall Street Review
The Wolf of Wall Street - Jordan Belfort

After Finishing Jordan Belfort's book, The Wolf of Wall Street, all I can say is wow. His story captures the American Dream, from Jordan starting out dirt-poor with $13 to his name, to owning a billion dollar a year brokerage firm. Not to mention his crazy stories, like sinking a 170 foot yacht! Or flying a helicopter on all kinds of drugs and living to tell the story. This book is worth the read, just to hear all the crazy stories Jordan has to tell! I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a fast-paced fun read. 

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