What the Dog Saw

I just finished reading What the Dog Saw by Malcolm Gladwell, and I found it just as enjoyable as his other books that I’ve read, (The Tipping Point and Blink.)

Malcolm Gladwell’s curiosity always leads him to interesting questions, and even more interesting answers. In this book find answers to a wide range of questions from how criminal profiling works to why women choose to dye their hair. The chapters I found most interesting answered what makes Cesar Millan, (the Dog Whisperer), uniquely suited to do what he does, how the birth control has changed history, and why we have so many varieties of mustard yet Heinz ketchup has no serious rivals.

If you’re the curious type and you love random trivia, check it out.


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