Everyone should read this book! The narrative is engaging, the reading is fantastic, and the knowledge gained is priceless.
Someone who is an extrovert may have a different response to this book, but as an introvert, this book spoke to me. I think this book should be read by everyone--both introverts and extroverts. Understanding personality types and our relationships based on those personality types could change our society and the way we interact with each other.
I am an introvert who has learned very well how to act like an extrovert. But its not easy. This book has made me understand that the parts of myself that I sometimes hide are important--not only to myself but to others. It has also helped me understand what I need to do for myself in order to revitalize--to be able to act extroverted when I need to but still remain centered and energized.
I am a full-hearted supporter of the Quiet revolution.
This book is extremely well researched and written, but may get dry at some points. The first half of the book is why we should be concerned--for those who already know or are already convinced, this may be tedious. Otherwise, a good compilation.
I was concerned about listening to this book as an audiobook as I was warned that there were too many characters and the plot would be confusing unless read in paper-form, but I would disagree. Very compelling.
A moving book that I had trouble turning off. The topic is not an easy one, any many may criticize a white woman for endeavoring to write such a novel, but I think it was well done. The narrators were well chosen.
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