15 books Malcolm Gladwell thinks everyone should read
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Malcolm Gladwell, pictured, reads - and recommends - a lot.
Malcolm Gladwell isn't shy about sharing his enthusiasm for what he reads.
A 2015 New York Times article poked fun at how often he blurbs books and recommends them on social media.
The bestselling author has published multiple books and articles exploring human behavior from all angles; he also recently launched a hit podcast.
We dug through years of his tweets, book blurbs, and interviews to find some of the works that have made the greatest impact on him.
'Nixon Agonistes: The Crisis of the Self-Made Man' by Garry Wills
'Fooled by Randomness' by Nassim Taleb
'Personal: A Jack Reacher Novel' by Lee Child
'Traffic: Why We Drive The Way We Do' by Tom Vanderbilt
'The Opposable Mind' by Roger Martin
'Feakonomics' by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner
'The Person and the Situation' by Richard Nisbett and Lee Ross
'Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession' by Janet Malcolm
'The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game' by Michael Lewis
'Merchant Princes' by Leon A. Harris
'Strangers to Ourselves' by Timothy D. Wilson
'Just Kids' by Patti Smith
'The Paris Architect' by Charles Belfoure
'A Thousand Pardons' by Jonathan Dee
'Irresistible' by Adam Alter