This is Taleb's follow up to the Black Swan. Where Taleb's first blockbuster focused on our inability to assess probability, this book explores our equally problematic need to find structure and patterns in otherwise random events. As always, it is an easy and insightful read.
A modern take on the classic treatise by Darrell Huff, this book is fresh and informative. It is full of tips, tricks, and advice for identifying flawed statistical processes. It is a must read for most analysts.