You may have seen the movie adaptation of The Accidental Billionaires, The Social Network. True to form, The Accidental Billionaires is as novelistic, immersive and salacious as its Hollywood counterpart. It has a few flaws. Mezrich goes fairly light on the biography of Mark Zuckerberg, the self-absorbed-hacker-turned-digital-entrepreneur who, in the years since its release, has become a towering, yet curiously opaque, figure. And sometimes one longs for a juicier portrayal of the story, some sense of who buried the bodies and who backstabbed who. But well worth reading.
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