Talking to Strangers is a nonfiction book. It is written and narrated by Malcolm Gladwell. He is an English-born journalist, public speaker, and author who later moved to Canada.
Malcolm Gladwell is known for narrating most of his books himself and he has never been disappointed as a narrator. You will love this exceptional performance and will be able to enjoy this book in audio even more.
How Fidel Castro was able to fool the CIA for a whole generation? Why does Neville Chamberlain think that he could trust Hitler? War is the sexual assaults on the campuses on the rise? Do the TV sitcoms make us learn something about the way we go on to relate to each other which is far from being true?
While tackling all of the above-mentioned questions, Malcolm Gladwell was not only writing a regular book, but he was also producing the same for the ear. In this exciting and productive audiobook version of the excellent Talking to Strangers, you will get to hear the voices of many of those people whom Gladwell interviewed.
Those included military psychologists, scientists, and criminologists. There were a few court transcripts that were brought to life in this book through re-enactments. You will hear the contentious arrest of Sandra Bland in Texas by the side of the road. As the author revisited the different deceptions coming from Bernie Madoff, the suicide of Sylvia Plath, and the trial of Amanda Knox, the listeners will hear directly from quite a few players in such unfortunate tragedies of real life.
This book became an instant bestseller and was also one of the most pre-ordered audiobooks in its entire history.
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