I write this review with the caveat that I am neither a financial-bonds-market type of person, nor am I interested in reading dry non-fiction.
I have heard this book described of as "funny" and "entertaining", but to be honest, I never found it to be either in any way.
The author was a bond salesman for Salomon Brothers, and gave great insights into how the bond markets work, what happened in the 80s and, most interestingly, into the culture at Salomon Brothers. While the culture of the company was most interesting to me, I still had a very hard time finishing this book, and at no point did I find anything amusing or entertaining about the book. I'm sure it was more interesting to people more familiar with the financial sector.