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  • Great book
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    It's a great book and using Overstock is a convenient way to purchase.

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    William C. March 9, 2015
  • Outliers book
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    An excellent view of how the successes of others manifest. A great read with thought provoking anecdotes.

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    beautifuldiamondlady August 11, 2013
  • Very slow delivery!
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    The book is in great condition and was package properly. The only problem I have with Overstock, and this is a BIG problem I believe, is that the delivery was really, really slow. Being an online store this is one of the major factors in this business. Since delivery was so slow, I would not buy from Overstock ever again.

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    thongwhowin October 3, 2011
  • Gives you something to think about.
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    The book was exactly as advertised. Print, overall size etc.

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    dking86 September 6, 2011
  • Outliers The Story of Success
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    Outliers can be enjoyed for its bits of trivia, like why most pro hockey players were born in January, how many hours of practice it takes to master a skill, why the descendents of Jewish immigrant garment workers became the most powerful lawyers in New York, how a pilots' culture impacts their crash record, how a centuries-old culture of rice farming helps Asian kids master math. But there's more to it than that. Throughout all of these examples--and in more that delve into the social benefits of lighter skin color, and the reasons for school achievement gaps--Gladwell invites conversations about the complex ways privilege manifests in our culture. He leaves us pondering the gifts of our own history, and how the world could benefit if more of our kids were granted the opportunities to fulfill their remarkable potential.

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    rockwinkle August 1, 2011
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    Parimala V. April 12, 2017
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