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It was an interesting read, and a fun one.
I understand the author doesn't want people jumping to conclusions without seeing the whole picture, however, there still must be some things that are giveaways.
The book has very little substance, it is rather like an essay or research paper that has been expanded with the aim of making it commercially viable.
Snooping at a new level. A good read and revealing; enjoyed the examples given. A good stepping stone to further understanding and identifying the real or misleading individual.Published 2 months ago by CL3
I have always been fascinated by books and articles on first impressions, microexpressions and body languages. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Margaret Li
Snoop: What Your Stuff Says About You is easy to read and interesting. It is what I expected it to be.Published 2 months ago by asty
I ordered this book because the author was featured on a TV program, and thinkThe tips about reading people by their home or office spaces are interesting. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Loretta Ramseyer
Being sensitive to environments as it is, I personally figured this book would give me insight as to the nature of the scientific approach to this particular fascination. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Caitlin R. Weisinger
We discussed this book in a Psych class, and I was so interested in Sam Gosling's work so I purchased it. It arrived on time and proved to be a wonderful read!Published 3 months ago by Tonia Terry
An enjoyable and enlightening read. It has changed the way I view people, their possessions, and their spaces. Highly recommended.Published 4 months ago by Punkarella
I've always wondered why my office looks so neat and tidy, and my home so... NOT. If you read this book, you will gain many clues about how the way you arrange your stuff reflects... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amy Nicolai