I did not think it would be possible for them to produce something better than the first book. I was wrong. This one is even more funny and insightful. You almost feel guilty for having so much fun getting micro-economics lessons. When I studied micro in college it had to be painful or it did not count. These guys are masters of teaching the painful sections of the dismal science in a fun and definitely non-painful way.
A must read for Malcolm Gladwell fans and those who will be fans in the future. The collection of New Yorker articles are even more powerful now we see how events played out over time. While it's very likely they were selected for exactly that effect, it does not minimize just how insightful and powerful the original writing were when published. Entertaining and well worth your money. In this case I believe the audiobook is better than the physical book. Gladwell reads for himself and he is very good in that role. Kind of the total package of direct communication to the individual. Very personalized experience.
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