Who knows who in my building has a connection to Timothy Sykes, but I found a signed copy of the guy's book in my building's lobby with a sign that said "Free books, take!". I opened the cover, and it was signed by the man himself. The book isn't the one that's actually selling either, because it says "Uncorrected Proof" on the top of the book. Maybe someone in this building has a connection to his publisher or something. I didn't realize the guy did book signings, but hey, I have the real deal here. I read the first few chapters. It's not bad, reads more like a magazine article than a business book. Haven't gotten into the meat of the book, but I question why a guy would write about tormenting a roommate at Tuft's University in a book about hedge funds. Wouldn't have bought this book personally, but now that I have it, I have been somewhat enjoying it -- particularly because that guy is the subject of some heated threads on this site.