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  • Best book about seduction, ever.

    Arguably the best book about seduction ever written. The strategies describes, when applied properly, work. Forget about the recent flow of 'pickup artist' books, they pale in comparison. This book does not take a moral stance on seduction and relationships, so if you're planning to live your life 100% according to its principles you're going to end up hurting a lot of people (and probably yourself as well). Personally, I take what's useful to avoid mistakes I've made in the past, but I'm not going to behave like a crazed Casanova and hurt people in the process. Just as the author's book The 48 Laws of Power, a wealth of real world historic examples are given to explain the different steps of the seduction process, which are interesting for their historical value only. I wouldn't recommend reading this if you're in a relationship though because you'll feel tempted to start seducing again :) Reading and applying this book takes time and effort: there's a lot of pages to cover, a lot to grasp and you will need real life practice to get better. Reading and memorizing is one thing, but when you're out there dating you'll be under stress, and when people are stressed they usually throw everything they've learned out of the window and fall back to their pre-programmed behavior. That's not to say you have to reprogram yourself to be someone else entirely - better not actually - but you need enough awareness to do things differently, even slightly so. This book isn't perfect. It is clearly written for the pre-Tinder era of seduction, and while most principles are still valid it would be good if the book would be updated with the new generation in mind. For example: the author generally proposes a slow approach, but in my experience the fast approach can be more effective, especially in Tinder-world. A few hundred years ago there were much less contenders in the seduction game and a slower approach was more effective. These days everyone with a phone has access to a near unlimited supply of love interests. You need some new tactics there. Still, once you're out there in the field a lot of what's in the book is still perfectly usable. Furthermore, this book doesn't give you a specific, repeatable recipe that will work for everyone every time. Nope. You need to think for yourself and tailor a strategy that suits your own personality and the personality of the one you want to seduce. Some principles will work like a charm for one person, and fail miserably on someone else. It's on you to decide what will work and what won't. Last but not least: if you are shy or have other issues keeping you from effectively dating, this book won't help you. It assumes you have the drive, the will and the courage to apply its strategies. If you're not up to the task you're better off seeking a good therapist to work on your self-confidence. However, while reading you may realize your past mistakes and gain confidence to do it differently in the future, so, I'd definitely give it a try. Highly recommended.

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  • "The Art of Seduction"

    Great read...Mac game to the fullest!!

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