I thoroughly enjoyed Liar's Poker. Having finished that, I picked up The Money Culture since I thought Michael Lewis did such a wonderful job with the previous book. Was I ever wrong. Buried deep within the holier-than-thou attitude was that slight trace of sarcasm that made Liar's Poker so great. Why did I ever pay for a collection of pure random thoughts? For a no-holds-barred look at the world of finance, I recommend Money Business and F.I.A.S.C.O.
Although now somewhat dated (most of this collection of essays dates from the late '80s/early '90s), this is a good book for those who enjoy getting the "inside scoop" on many internal Wall Street practices. The essay on the American Express card, though criticized elsewhere for being overblown, is in fact quite illuminating, as AmEx still markets their cards in the manner described by Lewis.