Jul 29, 2020EliK1 rated this title 4 out of 5 stars
This book was published in 2012 but it's somehow all the rage in 2020. Everyone seems to be reading it. I'm not sure what prompted that. I usually do not like non-fiction books, but this was a great read. VERY informative. It gives plenty of examples of how introverts act and how they are perceived when compared to extroverts. There's plenty of scientific research quoted to support the claims.
The only downsides of this book for me were:
1. The author often writes something along the lines: "But we will explore that further in chapter 7." It's distracting and makes you want to flip to chapter 7, but it also makes you want that info right there in chapter 3.
2. There is SO much information there that you can't really read it in one sitting.
I'm considering buying this just so that I can bookmark certain passages so I can return to specific details in the future when I need it.