Read People Like a Book

A book by Patrick King, ISBN 979-8579327079

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Read People Like a Book: How to Analyze, Understand, and Predict People’s Emotions, Thoughts, Intentions, and Behaviors (How to be More Likable and Charismatic).

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Read People Like a Book by Patrick King

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Reading people quickly, deciphering body language, spotting lies and understanding human nature. Is it possible to analyze people without them saying a word? Yes it is. Learn how to become a "mind reader" and make deep connections.

How to get into people's minds without them noticing

Read People Like a Book is not a normal book about body language or facial expressions. Yes, it includes all of these things as well as new techniques on how to truly spot lies in your daily life, but this book is more about understanding human psychology and nature. We are who we are based on our experiences and past, and this more than anything guides our habits and behavior. Parts of this book read like the most interesting and applicable psychology textbook you have ever read. Look inside yourself and others! Understand the subtle signals you are sending out and increase your emotional intelligence.

Patrick King is an international bestselling author and social skills coach. His writing draws on a variety of sources, from academic research, academic experience, coaching, and real life experience.

Learn how to influence and convince others

What people's limbs can say about their emotions Why lie detection is not as reliable if context is ignored Personality diagnosis as a means of understanding motivation Inferring the most with the least amount of information Exactly the types of eye contact to use and avoid Find shortcuts to connect with strangers quickly and deeply

The art of reading and analyzing people is really the art of understanding human nature. Think of it as a cheat code that allows you to see through people's actions and words. Decipher people's thoughts and intentions and you can go in any direction you want with them.

Book reviews


I read this book because I sometimes find it difficult to understand people's intentions. Overall, this is an interesting book that deals with psychology and personality types research such as MBTI and Keirsey. I disagree with some of the stereotyped parts, but in general the message is “look for context and then try to understand people”.


There were some interesting parts, especially towards the end, but the constant reminders that reading people is not an exact science became very annoying. I would also appreciate links to research and other sources of information to delve deeper into the sections.


Not a bad book, not revolutionary, but a very good summary. May be better for beginners or intermediate learners with minds of people.

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thegreenone TX

Read People Like a Book ebook is a good option. I wouldn`t recommend to buy a hardcover, but for me the digital version worked well. Patrick King is a top-level prefessional!
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clar Summers Los Angeles

I think Read People Like a Book is that popular for a reason - Patrick King did a really good job
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Radj Alex W. Prague

As of 2022-09-24, I suppose that Read People Like a Book by Patrick King is still among the best books in its niche. Brilliant!
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Michael Melbourne

Got a kindle version of Read People Like a Book. Well-readable and even thrilling - to the extent a business book can be so. Kudos to Patrick King!
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Lucia Lazcovitz New York

Thanks Patrick King - the book PDF is insightful and definitely makes sense.
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Lawrence H. Gupta London

1) Must read. 2) Must read. 3) Must read. P.S. Many thanks Patrick King for this book - Read People Like a Book is simply the best!!!
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yourlawyer2020 California

Got a kindle version of Read People Like a Book - really amazing! Patrick King one love :)