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When you read it, you feel like you can topple giants (Jon Ronson)
I devoured it in a single reading, being a Gladwell addict for many years (Richard E. Grant)
His most accessible book ... A Scheherazade for our time, talking to keep us going and make us think (Gaby Wood Daily Telegraph)
His best yet ... intoxicating, powerful ... more socially and morally engaged than his previous work (Oliver Burkeman Guardian)
A pleasure (Tim Adams Observer)
Lovely ... as with most of Gladwell's books he had me at hello - the initial thesis is simply irresistible (Leah McLaren Globe and Mail)
Truly intriguing and inspiring ... unforgettable (Hector Tobar Los Angeles Times)
As always, Gladwell's sweep is breathtaking and thought-provoking ... I've long admired Gladwell's work (Joe Nocera The New York Times)
Fascinating ... Gladwell is a master of synthesis. This perennially bestselling author prides himself on radical re-thinking and urges the rest of us to follow suit (Heller McAlpin Washington Post)
David and Goliath readers will travel with colorful characters who overcame great difficulties and learn fascinating facts about the Battle of Britain, cancer medicine and the struggle for civil rights, to name just a few topics upon which Mr. Gladwell's wide-ranging narrative touches. This is an entertaining book (Christopher F. Chabris Wall Street Journal)
What propels the book, like all of Gladwell's writing, is his intoxicating brand of storytelling. He is the master of mixing familiar elements with surprise counter-intuitions, and then seasoning with a sprinkling of scientific evidence ... Gladwell is a master craftsman, an outlier amongst authors (Rob Brooks Huffington Post)
Malcolm Gladwell's David and Goliath, an energetic, counterintuitive exploration of why (and how) underdogs succeed, and how disabilities, traumatic childhoods, and other seeming lacks can sometimes trump power (Guardian, Books of the Year 2013)
Malcolm Gladwell is a staff writer for The New Yorker magazine, and author of The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, and What The Dog Saw.
Just amazing. It's very rare to find non-fiction that gives you goosebumps.Published 11 days ago by Shantalie
Fantastic and thought-provoking. Need to check the sources and won't work for a Psychology Masters (pity) but a right good read.Published 15 days ago by Judi DB
Anything by Mr Gladwell is worth reading, but I felt this lacked the depth of Outliers, The Tipping Point and Blink. Some inspiring stories nonetheless.Published 24 days ago by Andrew Duguid
As usual, Malcolm writes a very entertaining book. Plenty of food for thought. Thoroughly enjoyed it.Published 29 days ago by Samuel Walter Wak
I loved this book & being a big fan of the author already, I am left not disappointed. Some great views of the underdog in all different scenarios of which all are very... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel Creaney
Typical Malcolm Gladwell, thought provoking, educational and inspirational all in one book. He is the master of the lateral view of the seemingly obvious, challenging perceptions... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Clark