Malcolm Gladwell is a Canadian journalist and author, best known for his books on social science. After a spell at The Washington Post as business and science correspondent, Gladwell took a position at The New Yorker in 1996, where he penned two influential articles called The Tipping Point and The Coolhunt. In 2000, these articles would be adapted into Gladwell’s first book, also called The Tipping Point. Despite the huge success of his debut it was five years before its successor, Blink, appeared. A fascinating examination of the human unconscious it too became a bestseller, and was followed by Outliers in 2008 and David and Goliath five years later. In 2009, Gladwell also published a collection of his favourite pieces from The New Yorker – for whom he continues to work – called What the Dog Saw.
A riveting tale of persistence, innovation, and the incalculable wages of war, from Malcolm Gladwell, the international bestselling author of Talking to Strangers and host of the award-winning podcast Revisionist History
Books by Malcolm Gladwell
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