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1.0 out of 5 starsTitle is an utter deception
Reviewed in the United States on November 2, 2020
I am about 4 chapters in and I don’t think I’m going to make it the rest of the way. The grammatical and spelling errors are numerous to say the least. It reads like a cheap underground half baked teaching tool. For example: “a smile might mean someone is happy, it can also be a flirt”. We know this!!! It focuses a lot on a BASIC layman’s interpretation of flirting body language. I didn’t buy this book to learn how to read a flirt, I bought it because the title said “Dark psychology “. This is a huge lying disappointment. It’s snot even authored. There’s no stated author. Can’t say I blame them, who would want to stand up and claim this pathetic work?
This is a great, high-quality book for those who love all things psychology! Thick, sturdy pages. Great, sturdy cover made for wear and tear. Wide variety of engaging text. I highly recommend this book!
fairly basic book (or set of books) that may well be of interest to lay people. I was put off reading by the poor flow, along with multiple grammatical errors and spelling mistakes throughout. It was almost as if it hadn't been submitting for proofreading at all.