This is a fun, short book, and you will get a lot out of it if you only read the first half. The 2nd half is just additional stories that duplicate the first part.
Synopsis: Most people think millionaires live like rock stars and the rich and shameless that you see on TV. There are about 5 million millionaire households, and most of them are not that flashy. Most of them are middle managers, scientists, engineers, tradesmen with successful businesses (plumbers, electricians), and truly small businessmen (accountants, doctors). They reach digit 7 in early 50's. They drive decent, older cars, and they live in your neighborhood. They saved money by living a modest lifestyle and investing the rest.