At a whopping 500 pages, Crazy Rich is no light read. But it's not just the number of pages that make it so - the account of the personal history of the Johnson & Johnson family is well written and in depth. There is no end to the philandering, divorces, lunatic antics and opulence that surrounded one of America's richest families - so this book raises the eyebrows frequently. I liked the brief rundown of each family member before you started, so you knew where everyone fit within the history of the family. There could have been a greater light shed on the growth and development of the Company itself as that is fascinating also. Some of the words used were unusual and beyond the average reader, and that sent me googling definitions a few times. But overall, a good read.