A collection of articles, but still very engaging,
This review is from: What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures (Kindle Edition)
This isn't as coherent as his other books because it is a collection of articles, but nevertheless, it is interesting in the way only Gladwell can be. He always takes a fresh view of his subjects, whether they're deadly serious (like terrorism) or more frivolous, like the marketing of hair dye - although he manages to use the latter to discuss women's perceptions of themselves.
The final section of the book was, for me, the best. In it, he deals with the personal, such as why some geniuses are late bloomers.
Not his best, perhaps, but still very interesting