This was a decent book providing perspective on how different people approach the world. I'm not sure how scientific this was; it was perhaps more of an investigation or survey into other people's works on extraversion/introversion. definitely worth a read especially if you're am introvert.
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I love this book and I definitely recommend it to a friend, I like the way the Susan Cain explains introverts are as normal as loud people, specially when about one third to a half population are introverts even they don't recognise or don't accept to be an introvert. I think she makes a good balance between both personalities and makes us understand that it's ok being a quiet person no matter how much other people push us to be talkative and no matter how much society thinks wants us to be in the same room all the time.
If I had to describe this book I would say is about tolerance and understanding other people.
It's my first time whit this topic.
She reads as calm and relaxed as if she was an introvert, I love her performance.
A wonderfully rich book clearly painstakingly researched. A must read for anyone who wants to understand people.
The choice of reader was superb to fit the information being read.
l enjoyed the content and the narrator. I will listen to this book many timed in the future.
I love to read and write books. I enjoy learning, laughing and growing (mentally and spiritually).
I found this book valuable because it provided an increased understanding of introverts. This often misunderstood group of people was shown in a positive light of compassion.
We need both introverts and extroverts, so for anyone who wishes to understand more about the value of each and in particular, introverts, I recommend the book.