I like this book. It is not about Buffet's investment methodology, but about his life and especially his investment philosophy. By describing both the personal and business life of Buffett, the author tells us a lot about Buffett's way of thinking. I can't tell you if this book is better than other biographies of Buffet, but this one is complete and especially interesting for those who study Buffet's methodology of investing. I think the author is a little bit harsh on contemporary finance theory and it is funny when he accuses Buffett of confusing intrinsic and bookvalue in a certain investment decision in the 60's. However, I hope the author is working on a second edition, because this story ends in 1995 and what happened the last eight years with Berkshire Hathaway, the company of Buffet, is interesting, just as this book.