Tuesday, March 3, 2015

What did you think of QUIET by Susan Cain?

It's time to share your thoughts about our latest book: Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking,  by Susan Cain. Please let us know what you thought of Quiet by commenting below.

We will meet to discuss the book and to distribute our next title, Suite Francaise, by Irène Némirovsky, on Monday, March 9, at DCLC, at Noon. 

Warning: May Contain Spoilers!

1 comment:

  1. This book started off strong and I was taking notes furiously. Turns out I am an ambivert. My husband is such an introvert that he leaves parties to "regroup" in his office alone. It was interesting to me that "high sensitives" are different than intro/extroverts. I appreciated "orchid v. dandylion" kids. The dominant culture frowns on those of us who are serious thinkers, don't enjoy "selling themselves," and don't have a "default smile." I especially loved the quote, "sit down so others might stand up." Recently I feel the world is led by white men obsessed with their own egos. I am looking to support women and minority leaders. It was hard to get through to the end of the book but I really enjoyed the earlier chapters. I miss seeing you all.


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