Westinghouse told Paul that a recession had begun and their creditors were going to demand instant repayment which would bankrupt the company. Edison is a wily, dangerous opponent with vast resources at his disposal—private spies, newspapers in his pocket, and the backing of J. P. Morgan himself. His first client was George Westinghouse who wanted Paul to win over Thomas Edison – the invention of the light bulb and the patent was at the forefront – Edison was suing Westinghouse. Bell, Paul, and Agnes came to the conclusion that Edison's weakness was in being so focused on the lawsuit. "Mesmerizing, clever, and absolutely crackling, The Last Days of Night is a triumph of imagination. See all 20 questions about The Last Days of Night…, Goodreads Picks for Tournament of Books 2017, The Future’s So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades, The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore -- 4.5 stars, The Last Days of Night - Graham Moore, 4 Stars, The Last Days of Night / Graham Moore - 4****, Goodreads Members Suggest: 32 ‘Vacation’ Reads. This Study Guide consists of approximately 44 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - Thank you Random House & Net Galley!

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But that is to be expected with luminaries (I am using that description a little tongue-in-che. Ever finish a book and think to yourself, "This was well-done but not at all what I wanted to read"? Chapter 1: The Last Days of Night - Chapter 14: A Difficult Negotiation, Chapter 15: Networks - Chapter 28: A Frightful Accusation, Chapter 29: Dead Ends and False Leads - Chapter 45: All Happy Families, Chapter 46: But Each Unhappy Family - Chapter 57: The Reverse Salient, Chapter 58: The Metropolitan Opera House Ball - Chapter 72: Niagara Falls, 1896. Set in the latter part of the 19th century, the story opens with a horrible electrocution of a worker who is trying to deal with a fallen electrical line. Still, readers who care more about atmosphere than accuracy will enjoy this breezy melodrama." We’d love your help.


The Last Days of Night is exactly why I enjoy reading historical fiction. They approached several millionaires for funding and secured barely enough funding to survive. Soon, they began to prepare for bankruptcy.

However, Paul had no time to spare.

- Gillian Flynn, author of Gone Girl