A good friend recommended this book, and everyone should have such a good friend. Each one of the essays is nothing less than fascinating, and the overall effect of the book is delightful. Gladwell is a masterful writer with a great curiosity about people, what they do, and why they do it.
The title of the book comes from an essay about Cesar Millan, popularly known as the "dog whisperer." Gladwell gives a brief biography of this very interesting man, and some anecdotes about his work with people.
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