Malcolm Gladwell, 2005
Gladwell offers some fascinating examples—from discerning a museum fake or the health of a marriage to winning elaborate Pentagon war games.
This is an interesting read, packed with thought-provoking information and anecdotes. At times it seems contradictory and as if Gladwell is using a bit of filler to push the covers farther apart. But that's okay because it's fun-going and, for book clubs, offers opportunities for good discussion . . . especially the section on diagnosing relatioships. I enjoyed Blink (as in knowledge you intuit . . . in the blink of an eye) quite a bit.
See our Reading Guide for Blink. Or see Reading Guides for all 4 of Gladwell's books.
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