The Great Brain And The European Debt Crisis
When I was a kid, Tom Fitzgerald’s The Great Brain, was one of my favourite book series.
The main character was a boy genius growing up in Utah during the late 1800s. He could solve nearly any problem.
He once strategized how to find two boys lost in a cave network; another time, he taught a young, victimized Greek immigrant how to whip the schoolyard bully; and he wasn’t above using his powers of observation and psychology to occasionally seek profits.