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The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
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Apr 05, 2009

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bookshelves: non-fiction-and-memoirs-2009
Recommended for: advertising execs
Read in April, 2009

This book had some interesting anecdotes in it, but I was skimming through the last chapters, ready for it to end. I should have guessed that from the other reviews I saw on Goodreads before I read the book, but it sounded like an interesting premise, so I gave the book the benefit of the doubt. Plus, it went along with my goal of reading more non fiction this year. (I'm forcing myself to do that although so far, besides Fast Food Nation, it hasn't been very rewarding) I probably won't think too much about this book after this review is done.
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Sara I hear ya about the non-fiction. I have gotten better about reading it, but it's not as enjoyable (usually) as picking up the standard fiction/literature books I typically read. I have issues with some of the "classics" too. I haven't read Gladwell's Tipping Point yet, but I read the other two... I found them interesting, but sometimes a little longwinded as it went on.

Callie Long-winded sums it up perfectly!

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