I would have also been interested in knowing a bit more about what Dillian’s life is like now that he has left his life as trader behind. He briefly touchesd on that with his one page epilogue (well, okay, one full page plus four lines on a second page). Still, I feel this book would have been better if he had expanded on that as well.
Regardless of those two shortcomings, Street Freak is still one of the best business books, as well as one of the best memoirs, to come along in years.
For those in the New York area, I also want to mention that Jared Dillian will give a talk, followed by a Q&A and book signing, on Thursday, September 20 at 6 p.m. This will happen at the Barnes & Noble at 105 5th Avenue in New York.