For every man who always wondered why some guys have all the luck, Mystery, considered by many to be the world's greatest pickup artist, finally reveals his secrets for finding and forming relationships with some of the world's most beautiful women. Mystery gained mainstream attention for his role in Neil Strauss' New York Times best-selling expose The Game. Now he has written the definitive handbook on the art of the pickup.
He developed his unique method over years of observing social dynamics and interacting with women in clubs to learn how to overcome the guard shield that many women use to deflect come-ons from "average frustrated chumps".
His tips include:
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"One thing is clear: [Mystery is] good at what he does. You'll laugh, you'll scoff, but in the end, you'll probably learn something." (Publishers Weekly)
"Von Markovik knows what he's talking about." (Library Journal)
"[Mystery] has single-handedly invented much of the jargon and tactics that men around the world are using to meet women." (The New York Times)
Incredible book on social dynamics and how to create attraction. You WILL learn a lot from this book that you did not know and also stuff that you did know but sort of looked over. Great Stuff!
Most of his ideas are pretty solid, but there are plenty of bad ideas sprinkled in that would chase most girls off. If you're a total psychopath and you want to trick girls into sleeping with no concern at all for their welfare or mental state, you could use this to be a total asshole. But then for you, I hope karma's a bitch.
If you're interested in having a girlfriend, good luck when she finds out that you're using her. Or that you've practiced using other "targets." This guy's a total rapist, but too much of a pussy to try it straight on. He knows the women would kick his ass.
In the reader is obviously a virgin who is trying to sound sexy. He sounds like a pedophile instead.
Maybe it's a bit over the top and a bit obnoxious but it gets the message through. This is good stuff and it works very well, specially for geek types.
Alan Sklar's narration is excellent.
The "street corner" psychology displayed in this book is solid.
This book is fascinating.
It wasn't life changing, by any means, but it provided a little information that had never been considered.
Amazing. Overall this book emphasizes the proper appreciation of women, but shows men how to lose all their incorrect knowledge of how women think and more importantly, what women want. That last part especially is poignant. Knowing that, and giving a lady what she wants, and needs, is of primary importance in a successful relationship.
Especially learning how to avoid mistakes was an eye opener. Even in my advanced years, I must admit that my experience verifies what the book advised that I already experienced. More important, learning what I didn't know was like having the "scales dropped off from my eyes"!
Should be required reading for all men from high school seniors on up!
Written by a good looking guy (see vids on you tube) for an audience of geeks. I guarantee "mystery" has no problem getting women without his method. First half of the book contains sound principles, but it turns into a video game-type approach to dating. Which requires to master series of combos to be successful. It's just like playing Tekken. I am not saying it doesn't work. I am just too lazy to learn all the moves.
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