Dear People in the Yellow House

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Just when Dave thought things couldn't get any worse, the world proved him wrong. Dear People in the Yellow House is a story of childhood tragedy that reveals the dark side of Australia and its education business. Dave Kardee has written a coming of age story like no other. More

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About Dave Kardee

About Dave...

Dave isn't really his real name but the family in The Yellow House just called him that. Maybe his native name can be hard for English-speakers to pronounce.

He believes he has the best job in the world: he invests for a living and constantly travels around the world, meeting new people, eating delicious local cuisine, and gaining insight on exciting investment opportunities. When he’s not venturing into strange new lands, he likes to lie back on the world’s most comfortable sofa and read in his splendidly adorable studio apartment in the bustling, tropical metropolis of Bangkok. He occasionally writes and drags himself to the gym. Dear People in the Yellow House is his first book.

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Review by: dylanawaller on Sep. 18, 2018 :
I was able to meet Dave before he wrote this book and still keep in touch with him, so this was a very meaningful read for me. Highly advisable for pure/sensitive people that want to navigate certain elements of madness that can occur in life ( especially when travelling), and for those searching for solution oriented approaches to dealing with past struggles. A very personal/transparent narrative, which brings many issues to light that are likely not commonly known. I liked how his investing philosophy was largely based on past experiences ( stricter due diligence), and how investing was connected to everything that happened to him in the past. I think this book brings more life to the philosophy that goes behind careful investing, and shows how having a prudent mindset can protect one from danger. A must read that will stick with you
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)

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