Bright, Precious Days - Chapters 29-30 Summary & Analysis

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Russell meets Tom Reynes at an exorbitantly expensive restaurant in Chapter 29 to ask him to invest in his publishing house. Tom and Russell bond over wine, as the restaurant has a 100,000 bottle wine cellar, and playing a game of who knows more about wine with a table of traders from Goldman Sachs by sending bottles to their table in retaliation for the bottles they have sent over. Tom, Casey’s husband, is a very successful investment banker who grew up very privileged.

Russell asks him to invest half a million dollars after Tom questions his doubts about Kohout when initially taking the deal. Tom tells him to stick to the market he knows, literary fiction, and agrees to help him. They then discuss their marriages, as their wives are best friends. Russell admits things at home could be better because he and Corrine...

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