I am biased! I already listened to most of Gladwell books and I was looking forward to this book. I was supposed to like the book from the start. However, until the last quartile of the book, I was seeing it as collection of works of Gladwell with interesting points of each chapter, some of them reminding me Solomon's "Far from the Tree". My own gauge of a good book is that how much the book is changing my viewpoint of the world and how it impacts the way I talk with my friends and family. Gladwell succeeds at the end with his solid arguments on seemingly unrelated stories. I will not attempt to summarize his main points but just a quick thanks to him for being the narrator of his own book because I was given more of the gift of listening than reading.
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