Malcolm Gladwell, host of the podcast Revisionist History and author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Outliers, offers a powerful examination of our interactions with strangers and why they often go wrong—now with a new afterword by the author. A Best Book of the Year: The Financial Times, Bloomb
sir_dontae___ shared a tip "One of my favorite working authors today"
rebecca_sharp shared a tip "Gladwell is the most ignorant author I have ever read from. How this was published I do not know."
needforread shared a tip "This book is a must listen! So many events covered in a unique way."
elocin_bell shared a tip "Hi Marta. I actually did not get a chance to read this book as yet. I checked it as a book I would like to read 😊"
nanette_gilchrist shared a tip "I couldn't stop reading this book. It turned my whole perception of people upside down. Absolutely fascinating!"
natefenimore shared a tip "One of my highest recommended books, but listen to the audiobook."
briana_jara shared a tip "This book changed the way I think about my interactions with, and interpretations of, everyone around me."
kate_harten shared a tip "I actually listed to this on audible, it's 7.5 hours long"
shaina_nelson shared a tip "I liked how he tied all of his point together"
alexa_wood shared a tip "Great!!"
erin_mcguigan_3269 shared a tip "No not really. I plan on one day getting some."
keith_pedzich shared a tip "Do this as an audiobook. It’s produced in podcast style."
raynah_morris shared a tip "The book was thought provoking did really made you think about the way you perceive others."
raynah_morris shared a tip "This book is thought provoking. It calls into question our approach when evaluating others from a new vantage point."
box_ofcrazy shared a tip "After reading this book and putting all the tips into place your speech will be better than ever."
gem_bond shared a tip "The deep-dive into the events leading to Sandra Bland's death."
ryan_griswold shared a tip "Really good read! Once the pages started turning is was hard to stop. Wasn’t MG best work but still a great read."
shakira_moore shared a tip "I've heard great reviews and I love The Outliers; so it's on my immediate reading list."
cooper_slack shared a tip "One of my favorites of 2020."
ashley_becker_3114 shared a tip "That being said, I would never reread this book. I would definitely recommend getting it from the library/ Libby or second hand."
samantha_jones_6990 shared a tip "No it’s actually one on my to be read list ! Glad to know you liked it"
jeff_msangi shared a tip "Yes, Sarah, you will love it. Very good perspective on why we do things we do and think the way we do. Go for it.!"
amelia_602 shared a tip "I love social science books to help build my perspectives so it's good to gain insight into another way of thinking"
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ellen_morrow shared a tip "As usual, filled with fascinating information and backed up with fascinating examples and stories."
jenna_marion shared a tip "Talking to Strangers really gets you thinking about the importance of other people’s stories."
susanne_mcgrady shared a tip "Very well written and interesting outlook on worldly events"
david_mucciardi shared a tip "Thank you! I just read The Midnight Library by Matt Haig and really enjoyed it. Favorite book of the year so far!"
deric_koop shared a tip "Wonderful way to approach major issues in the societal climate today. One of my top ever reads"
deric_koop shared a tip "Amazing read, especially if sociology is of any interest."
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