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Ok, this was a very sexy book, the characters were well defined and the story flows quickly, I loved how the characters fell into lust at different paces, after all Koda and Amaro were warriors, Koda breaks in more easily, but Amaro still haves doubts and goes at it more slowly, the villian was stupid and silly, the book left me with a grin on the face.
This was an incredibly easy read - I got through it in a couple of days' worth a tube journeys. Gladwell makes some interesting points about why some trends catch on and others don't (like why Blues Clues is a better educational tool than Sesame Street). Yet, like popular social science books in general, he makes some huge assertions with nothing more than a few anecdotes to back them up, borrowing from psychology, criminology, sociology and even genetics to suit. Single interviews with a friend-of-friend are extrapolated across entire nations, while events are makred as 'tipping points' are labelled as such without any real evidence to suggest this is so. All in all though, this is a fairly interesting read.