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$1.99 Kindle eBook: "When to Rob a Bank" (by Levitt & Dubner, the authors of "Freakonomics" & "Think Like a Freak")

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This is the latest book from the authors of Freakonomics and Think Like a Freak (which was a recent FP deal at the same price). This book celebrates the 10-year anniversary of Freakonomics and, among other things, revisits some of the previously discussed topics.

$1.99 - When to Rob a Bank: ...And 131 More Warped Suggestions and Well-Intended Rants [amazon.com] Kindle Edition
by Steven D. Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner

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Sweet! I love their stuff, in for kindle edition .
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this is the normal price
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this is the normal price
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I really like the freak podcast. I found this book to be boring though.
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"Normal" price would have been zero Smilie Like the authors said, they "bottle something that was freely available [note: on their blog] and charge you money for it".

I love Freakonomics series and definitely enjoy reading tidbits that apply the same approach to try to explain day-to-day observation. Though I do wish there are more interesting topics. There are a few chapters that are disproportionately long comparing to the rest. Overall fun to read but I would recommend starting with the original Freakonomics.
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Also check your local library. Mine has audiobook version of this free to patrons on hoopladigital
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