Malcolm Gladwell’s writing explores behavioral research, and from that research he pulls important, optimistic lessons about the human condition. One of his most popular lessons is the 10,000 hour rule: the idea that to become an expert in something it isn’t about raw talent or passion, you have to devote 10,000 hours to the task. This may be the most famous take away from Outliers, but it is not nearly the only important one. After reading Gladwell’s first three novels you are sure to come out with a new perspective.
We decorated these jackets in an abstract yet minimalistic design that harkens back to Gladwell’s writing. All books are published by Little Brown and Company.