I have listened to this audio from start to end at least 20 times. I even read the hard copy book. Whether it be professional or personal I've noticed that I always get what I want through seduction. Subconsciously, the details in this literature is stuck in my head and there is no turning back. I have become a part of this audio and it's hard to turn it off. Be careful what you input in your thought process because you will become a seductive machine and everything in your life will change once you commit to this art.
Perhaps someone looking for a middle school approach to "ensnaring people." Seriously, the analysis is pretty shallow and the recommendations for "how to" are sophomoric and morally debased.
Yes, unless they have a more scholarly tone or a positive message.
Creepy tone of voice, more like what you'd expect Satan to have while he is whispering in your ear, rather that a serious and learned presentation of the psychology of seduction.
I would not have published this book. It makes no significant contribution to society.
This book is a time-waster. Shallow, repetitive, and morally debased. Where should you turn to for advice on winning people over either in business or personal settings?
How about Dale Carnegie (How to Win Friends and Influence People) or Steven Covey (Seven Habits of Highly Effective People). Don't fall for the cynically manipulations espoused by the author of this book.
Even though this is an abridged version, it is WONDERFUL. It is wonderful because the author ALWAYS gives superb historical examples of his topics and why they hold true. All books by this author are phenomenal. A must read for anyone, even "non-seducers"-if there are any left in this world after reading this;)
Very detailed descriptions of archetypes and principles of seduction. Clear "how to". Good for unmasking someone who is trying to seduce you for their own nefarious benefit. Also great for learning how to effectively seduce. It is overall a great book, I just don't agree with the cold and cruel side.
This book was an esoteric, disjointed, and hard to listen piece of garbage.
The story presented myth, legend, and opinion as fact. The author referenced the thoughts, feelings, and actions of people of history, like Cleopatra and Julius Ceasar, as fact. I couldn't seem to make sense of the order or contradictory methods implied by the book. It sounded more like some speculation and rambling of someones thoughts than any kind of fact, tactic, or applicable information.
The performance attempted to take on the seductive, deep, mysterious tone one might imagine a seducer to have. It came off pompous, cheesy, and annoying.
I don't recommend this book at all.
A PUA who got lost and forgot that rhetoric and flattery of yourself isn't actually helpful
If he'd brought some actual proof behind what he was saying
volume was far too low. Couldn't hear anything
Great narrator! A world without morals leads to more suffering and decay. Gives you the information necessary to obtain selfish pleasure quickly.
All I have to say is Robert Greene!
There is no value in what he is saying.. just a dramatic way of twisting anything you do as "good" for power and "bad" for power, even if it is the same thing. For example.. you should be available and act charming to "fool" your opponent into believing you like him/her, two pages before that "you should be unavailable and mysterious" to "fool" your opponent and spark their interest and desire. And then he describes an identical situation. Completely useless content. He should be writing fiction
Yes, definitely, this book really captures a reader's attention.
No, but his voice is so mesmerizing.