Leil Lowndes’ How to Talk to Anyone is OK. There is nothing great or revolutionary about it. To all those are wondering what the book is about, well let me give you a brief outline:
How to talk to anyone follows a distinct pattern: The author will tell a short story about friends or family or an anecdote about the “little trick” that she would give, gives a tip and then teaches on how to use that tip in any conversation. The abridged version has 62 “little tricks” in it, so if one what to listen to banal anecdotes, then this book is for them. Others can pass this book.