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Smartast i världen

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Allt börjar med att Linda Leopold vill bli smartare. Efter att ha klarat Mensas inträdestest blir hon del av en brokig, intelligent skara (lastbilschaufförer, matematiker, flöjtister) som löser rebusar och diskuterar livets stora frågor. Men Mensa är bara början. Där ovanför hägrar en rad världsomspännande sällskap med allt snävare antagningskrav.

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Hardcover, 272 pages
Published November 2013 by Norsteds (first published January 1st 2013)
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Patrik Hallberg
Dec 26, 2014 rated it liked it
Written almost like a thriller this is a book about for me a very interesting subject, intelligence. Just like Moonwalking with Einstein, the author immerses into the world of the topic. When Foer participates in memory championships. Linda enters Mensa and later on high IQ societies as she find herself having an IQ of 150+.
Does these writers know they have a gift before writing or is the gift easy to achieve? According to some in both "Moonwalking with Einstein" and "Smartast i världen" it's
Torbjörn Ungvall
Feb 17, 2014 rated it really liked it
An easy to read, and interesting book about a intriguing topic. A genuine interest and curiosity about what intelligence are, and a during the hunt - an insight into more or less exclusive secluded clubs for the most intelligent.

The subject at hand closes in on fundamental questions that are more actual than ever in Sweden. Namely how we see gifted people, and especially kids in schools today. And why it's so against the norm to stand out, why intelligence almost is a bad thing.

Fascinerande läsning!
Nov 21, 2013 rated it liked it
Klyschigt skriven, som ett veckotidningsrep. Men intressant ämne.
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