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THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLERCompelling haunting tragic stories resonate long after you put the book down James McConnachie Sunday Times Book of the YearThe routine traffic stop that ends in tragedy The spy who spends years undetected at the highest levels of the Pentagon The false conviction of Amanda Knox Why do we so often get other people wrong? Why is it so hard to detect a lie read a face or judge a strangers motives?Using stories of deceit and fatal errors to cast doubt on our strategies for dealing with the unknown Malcolm Gladwell takes us on an intellectual adventure into the darker side of human nature where strangers are never simple and misreading them can have disastrous consequences.

report pdf issue kindle Report an kindle Report an issue PDF/EPUBTHE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLERCompelling haunting tragic stories resonate long after you put the book down James McConnachie Sunday Times Book of the YearThe routine traffic stop that ends in tragedy The spy who spends years undetected at the highest levels of the Pentagon The false conviction of Amanda Knox Why do we so often get other people wrong? Why is it so hard to detect a lie read a face or judge a strangers motives?Using stories of deceit and fatal errors to cast doubt on our strategies for dealing with the unknown Malcolm Gladwell takes us on an intellectual adventure into the darker side of human nature where strangers are never simple and misreading them can have disastrous consequences.

[PDF / Epub] ★ Report an issue By Malcolm Gladwell – Antesmassage.co THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLERCompelling haunting tragic storiesresonate long after you put the book down James McConnachie Sunday Times Book of the Year The routine traffic stop that ends in tragedy ThTHE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLERCompelling haunting tragic storiesresonate long after you put the book down James McConnachie Sunday Times Book of the Year The routine traffic stop that ends in tragedy The spy who spends years undetected at the highest levels of the Pentagon The false conviction of Amanda Knox Why do we so often get other people wrong? Why is it so hard to detect a lie read a face or judge a strangers motives?Using stories of deceit and fatal errors to cast doubt on our strategies for dealing with the unknown Malcolm Gladwell takes us on an intellectual adventure into the darker side of human nature where strangers are never simple and misreading them can have disastrous consequences.

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  1. Petrolhead Petrolhead says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBSorry but I did not like this book The best thing I can say is that it is well written very fluent and conversational as one would expect from a top New Yorker writer I have never read anything else by Malcolm Gladwell as far as I know but I was curious and even a bit excited to try this out because he is so well known for influential books such as The Tipping PointHowever I'm afraid this book has nothing to say It is a compendium of interesting crime cases and celebrated moments from history and popular culture ranging fr


  2. Four Violets Four Violets says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBCONTAINS SPOILERSThis is a thought provoking book on the premise that the majority of people are unable to tell whether a stranger is trustworthyThe author starts and ends with the true tragic case of 28 year old African American Sandra Bland who in 2015 was pulled over by a traffic cop in Texas arrested and committed suicide in her jail cell three days laterChapters detail famous cases of the consequences of trusting – Montezuma and Cortes Chamberlain and Hitler spies undetected for years in high places I couldn’t see the relevance of all the cases for example the drunken rape case interrogation methods and the Amanda Knox trials A better example might have been the Lindy Chamberlain dingo case to demonstrate how people mistrust innocent people whose body language does not match our expectationsGladwell asks “why can’t we tell when the stranger in front of us is lying?” He suggests that those


  3. John Sheldon John Sheldon says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBWell written an easy read Lots of interesting stories?But and it is a big but What is the point of the book? There don't seen to be any startling insights The vignettes are over used and repetitive There's almost nothing on solutions In conclusion a shallow second rate book Pity


  4. N884411 N884411 says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBSomehow I was expecting rather from this celebrated author I am about halfway through and have found it to be a series of stories which make the same basic point There is nothing intriguing to get your teeth into


  5. Avid reader Avid reader says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBI had to go to the end of this book to get the message It is powerful but the way the author presents it to the readers is very difficult to understand at firstThe situations and facts he uses are t


  6. memovendeco Customer memovendeco Customer says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBThis is a book for the journey and not for the end All the way through the book the author uses his literal ingenuity to package some interesting stories and ideasHowever I do feel that the end wasn't as satisfying as the journey and he could have got to the conclusion without the journey but it was a great ride none the lessI felt enlightened by reading this book


  7. Frankie Frankie says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBIt's odd to see some of the reviews I waited until I actually finished the book before adding some thoughts hereIf you are new to Gladwell you will greatly enjoy Talking to Strangers as it is a must read for anybody who needs to make snap judgements about people's character and behaviorOf course if you are a fan of Gladwell you will of course enjoy it especially if you hear it on Audible Gladwell produces the Audible version as if it was an extended episode of his Revisionist History Podcast The music and all the extra interviews from actual people really brings the book to lifeHeck if you don't like it retur


  8. S S Mukharjee Madivada S S Mukharjee Madivada says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBSuppose all you wanted to say was “We should also accept the limits of our ability to decipher strangers” but you don’t have enough material to project it as a great idea and you have to write a complete book about it what would you do?1 You will research a lot of unrelated anecdotes and try to piece them together E


  9. DisneyDenizen DisneyDenizen says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBLet me start with what Malcolm Gladwell believes happened in the Sandra Bland case During the 1970s there was an experiment conducted in Kansas City Missouri which found that increased police patrols had no effect on crime During the 1990s a similar experiment again conducted in Kansas City instead targeted extra police patr


  10. Jordan Jordan says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBIt was pretty good up to page 315 then swiftly turned into a piece that Malcolm must have written in the height of some of the recent mainstream virtue signalling dogma or maybe he was forced to by his publisher His fi


  11. BFH BFH says:

    Report an issue eBook ☆ Report an ePUB ñ report pdf, issue kindle, Report an kindle, Report an issue PDF/EPUBI enjoyed Blink and Outliers so much that I pre ordered this bookGladwell must have put his name on this piece of garbage after one of his undergrad students slid it across his desk without reading itBlink made me believe that Gladwell is about strict i


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