Vanderbilt is set to build on the considerable success of his previous works by introducing this new title: ‘Soul Of A House: Adventures In Building An Antique Retirement Account’. The book gives a valuable insight into the extremely complex world of antiques from someone who is highly knowledgeable on the subject. It has to be said that Vanderbilt has managed to make quite a stereotypically dry subject both entertaining and engaging through a witty repertoire of clever observations and humorous backstories. This will appeal to antique fanatics and novices alike. Similarly, the novelistic style will appeal to readers of fiction as well as those who prefer non-fictional accounts. As the author states, someone who has been awakened to the world of antiques has made their life 'infinitely richer' - no doubt many readers will hold onto this message and will feel enriched by this book itself.