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by Jonathan Clements

Free eBook Lucky for You! download ISBN: 0006909639
Author: Jonathan Clements
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services (December 1, 1975)
Language: English
Pages: 128
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense
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Jonathan Clements is the author of "How to Think About Money" and the award-winning "Jonathan .

Jonathan Clements is the author of "How to Think About Money" and the award-winning "Jonathan Clements Money Guide. He is the former personal-finance columnist for The Wall Street Journal. Jonathan was born in England, graduated from Cambridge University and now lives just outside New York City. Jonathan Clements, a personal-finance columnist at The Wall Street Journal for some 20 years, advises how to think about work, debt, investments, and insurance at various stages of life. He puts an emphasis on preparing for retirement, starting at a young age. Chronologically, retirement might be our final financial goal, but we should always put it first.

Jonathan Clements is the author of the award-winning Jonathan Clements Money Guide and the former personal-finance columnist for The Wall Street Journal. Jonathan was born in England, graduated from Cambridge University and now lives just outside New York City

Jonathan Clements is the author of the award-winning Jonathan Clements Money Guide and the former personal-finance columnist for The Wall Street Journal. He wrote for Euromoney and Forbes before joining The Wall Street Journal, where he worked for almost 20 years. He also spent six years at Citigroup as Director of Financial Education for the bank's . wealth-management business. Jonathan has written six books - a novel and five guides to personal finance.

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Loading recommendations for you. Recommendations for you. Adding to Cart. As expected, the Jonathan Clements Money Guide 2015 is written in the author's trademark style with smart, focused discussion of many facets of personal finance. Moreover, the book is divided into 367 sections, each a few paragraphs long, which allows you to jump to a topic of interest without having to wade through long chapters.

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User reviews
Buzatus
I have read a number of Hiaasen novels, but not for a few years. How wonderful to be welcomed back to a wacky Florida world he illustrates like a mad modern art painting. The characters are delightfully evil and deceitful, typically disillusioned and finally redeeming. Florida is now my adopted home and these personalities are more believable everyday good and bad. A terrific vacation read to be savored by the beach wherever it might be. Don’t miss it.
VAZGINO
I got into Hiaasen after reading an article on Florida crime fiction in the New Yorker. The article concentrates specifically on Hiaasen's writing, at one point comparing his style with Tom Wolf's Miami novel "Back to Blood". there are style similarities - both are social satirists, both see the world through a glass, darkly. However, neither is Hiaasen the word smith that Wolf is, nor is his intent the same. I've always felt Wolf works best as a social critic. He tends not to delve deeply into his characters' psyches, but rather rumages around in the milieu in which they live. For me, Hiaasen's primary intent is to entertain, and he does that in spades. Lucky You is chock full of outlandish characters and situations. I had a lot of chuckles and a few belly laughs reading him. He's a great read when you need a break (for me a two day reading break before I march into Foote's third volume of his Civil War narrative), or simply want an entertaining read. My second Hiaasen, and I will definitely read more.
Kecq
Laugh out loud funny turns into leaden droning as the story drags on and on. Couldn't wait till the pain was over. One of Hiaasen's worst.
Damand
Although this book has quirky characters and the usual satirical look at things in the state of Florida it is not as engaging as many of Hiaasen's other books. It seemed to be a rather "slow read" when compared to many of his other books. Although superior to most satirical writing from current authors this is not one of Hiaasen's best. As "Hiaasen's best" is outstanding, this means the book is entertaining if one is not familiar with his other offerings. Books like SICK PUPPY are "laugh out loud" funny. This one is amusing but has a bit of a bite.
Arcanescar
It was a ghastly winter here in the great white north. Words froze as soon as they left your mouth...hung in the air in broken sentences. (they're thawing now...awful noise). Trapped indoors by long grey days and mindless T.V. re-runs I was filled with joyful anticipation when I found Lucky You. I wasn't disappointed. Carl Hiaasen has a way of making me laugh my way through his books. His characters are drawn with insight, humour, and a caring recognition of our human flaws...no matter how ridiculous or pathological those flaws might be...you find yourself rooting for the bumbling heros and hoping that the bad guys get their just deserts. Winter was a little less bleak...the days a little less dark. Thanks again Carl.
Perdana
I read this book while getting inspiration for my book The Medici Iris: A Tale of Murder, Sex, Drugs...and Horticulture - Hiaasen always has crazy capers with multiple character arcs that come together at the end. It's hard to pull off, but he often brings it all together.

I had trouble with country-losers wanting to get ANOTHER winning lottery ticket [could they not see they had already WON?!], but it would not have been a story if they had had any brains.

The reporter protagonist was was a good character. I liked the pokes he took at his editor and his relationship with the leading lady evolves in a believable way. No spoilers - but the last part of the book is a little morbid [in a good way] out in the bayou...but what a good place for it all to happen.

Enjoyed it and will check out more by this author
Fohuginn
Snarky, Funny, Quaint, Romantic and a Good Adventure. I really like this author. I've read 3 so far and will be downloading more. Note: some of Carl Hiassen's books are written for youth - I read one of them and liked it, even though it was an easy read.
Although this is not my favorite Carl Hiaasen book it is still a great example of his talent, his craftsmanship, and his storytelling gifts. I have watched most seasons of the cable series "Justified" and there are elements here that I see here with race relations, greed, neo-nazi groups, white supremacists, lotto fever, and white trailer trash. It is very comical and you will wonder constantly if anyone is the least bit normal in this novel. Enjoy and don't take it seriously at all. The characters in this book are all outlandish and exaggerated yet they are also very believable.