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One point book

Well researched and presented book, the entirety of which is devoted to proving and expanding upon the central premise - that something achieves high visibility, or goes viral, only because of a small segment of highly social, well-connected, people. That's it. The rest of the book is devoted to explaining and proving that one statement, without bringing forth any new ideas. If the central theme interests you, it's a highly recommended book. If you're looking for a collection of ideas or broa...
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Sidharth Kumar

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Some facts are pretty good

Gladwell wrote a decent book. He gave very good reasons for some incidents in past why they tipped but when it comes to give solution of some problems today, he didnt mention any valid points. Its a worth to read for extensive readers but if you read rarely then this is not a book to read.
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Raman Balyan

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7 Feb, 2012

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PRETTY FACTFULL

I guess all Malcolm Gladwell's are full of facts. This guy has really done his home work. Non-Fiction has to be backed up by solid real examples and this book is full of that. (TIP: read the book at one go, reading it with intervals is not recommended, as you may forget the previous points). You really need to LEARN this book, ITS EXCITING SCIENCE!!
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Adharsh

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5 May, 2012

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5

Excellent Book an Absolute Eye Opener

I would recommend this book to every one who is interested in understanding the dynamics of life. Its not just the business but the perception of a person about a situation which has to be changed. How can a small drop create an avalanche? This book explains how little changes and small incidents end up changing the world for good or better.

When i was reading the book someone remarked, "An MBA in the Making?" or " An MBA at Work". I wonder why only management students should read this book....
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Pratyay Modi

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15 Mar, 2013

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5

VERY LOGICAL,SMART BOOK

"The world - much as we want to does not accord to our intuition".the book talks about how a little cue in the right direction is a far smarter and superior way than looking for comprehensive,dogged sollutons to problems.why is it that some things go over the roof,stick,become contagious? this book gives very pragmatic,logical explainations by incorporating examples from all walks of life. enjoy reading!
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sidhant

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7 Jun, 2012

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Takes you behind the scenes of how events become phenomenas. A very good read.

Its a very good book but be warned its not everybody's cup of tea. You'll enjoy it immensely though if you by nature are curious and enjoy fresh ways of looking at things. In my opinion its a must read for college students and marketing professionals & enthusiasts.
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Abhilash Nair

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22 May, 2012

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A good start but gets lost midway

The book starts with some really thought provoking concepts like the law of stickiness , connectors , mavens etc However, some of the exmaples stated were unable to supplement the concepts well.

Also,the book gets a little philosophical midway with little less emphasis on the practical examples from the industry. A little more case studies apart from Hush Puppies, Airwalk , New York crime rates etc would have really gripped the reader on to the end.

Overall, a decent read with an interesti...
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saloni khanna

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18 Apr, 2012

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5

Wonderful

Delivery was on time. Thank you.
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Atanu Dey

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Does the job

Awesome book
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Jigmat

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17 Sep, 2018

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5

Super!

print quality 8/10
binding soft cover 10/10
this book is genuine not pirated
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Flipkart Customer

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17 Sep, 2018

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