Sheryl Sandberg is a complicated public figure. You’d be right to have reservations about her writing and its ultimate purpose. But none of that skepticism changes what Sandberg and her co-author Adam Grant, the University of Pennsylvania psychologist, have done with Option B. They’ve taken her deeply personal story and pressed it into service. Her account is the book’s workhorse. It’s the terrible fate that makes you curious enough to read thousands of words about the social science research that just might help you cope with tragedy.
Read my full review and interview with Sandberg here.