How to Read a Person Like a Book


By Gerard I. Nierenberg

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Whether we are conscious of it or not, in any conversation there are actually two languages being spoken. One is the verbal communication we are all familiar with, but the other--and maybe more important, is the more subtle collection of gestures, expressions, and movements that constitute body language. In this illustrated guide, authors Gerard Nierenberg and Henry Calero decode this largely unexplored form of expression--revealing how to look past words to determine what’s really being said. This virtual dictionary of gestures explains how determine if a person is lying, expressing affection or flirtation, or on the defensive--allowing the educated observer to gain the upper hand in any social or business interaction.
How to Read a Person Like a Book