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43 review for Feeding the Dragon: Inside the Trillion Dollar Dilemma Facing Hollywood, the NBA, & American Business

  1. 4 out of 5

    Magdalena

    Good grief, the whole thing has been written like a pitch. It’s full of interesting anecdotes and fascinating details, but it really shows that the author has built his career on convincing people to invest in his projects with well-crafted business messaging, because there were whole sections of the book that felt eerily like an introduction to some company’s annual report. I don’t mind that the author chose to present a lot of information in the form of dialogues, but that really meant that we Good grief, the whole thing has been written like a pitch. It’s full of interesting anecdotes and fascinating details, but it really shows that the author has built his career on convincing people to invest in his projects with well-crafted business messaging, because there were whole sections of the book that felt eerily like an introduction to some company’s annual report. I don’t mind that the author chose to present a lot of information in the form of dialogues, but that really meant that we got a lot of pure business pitches, I assume close to verbatim. It doesn’t help that the author got over attached to certain phrases and descriptors and used them all the time – I have no idea how the editor has allowed this book to get through to printing with the author’s wife being referred to as “going into tiger wife/mother mode” 5 times in a row in the span of about 3 pages, but this shouldn’t have happened. Two starts is all I can give because of that. I got really tired of the style half way through.

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    Adam Hasner

    Fast Paced and Energetic Read Don’t necessarily agree with all his conclusions and observations - but a fascinating peak into the world of doing business in China.

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