Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell
The main idea of the book can be formulated by just a couple of sentences. She smeared a thin layer on the ends of each of the paragraphs. And it would be a shame (to waste time reading 200 something pages and eventually read only 2 sentences), if not for the examples and life stories that fill the rest of the contents of the book.
And that’s just the history is what makes the book worth reading: always interesting, almost always exciting, often telling something new and unusual. For them to read. Well, then, that the main content (the idea) is very simple, so it’s not even very sad, because still from the book you can learn many interesting facts.