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The Way of the Superior Man
- The Teaching Sessions
- By: David Deida
- Narrated by: David Deida
- Length: 5 hrs and 4 mins
- Original Recording
What is your true purpose in life? What do women really want? What makes a good lover? If you're a man reading this, you've undoubtedly asked yourself these questions, but you may not have had much luck answering them. Until now.
This is not the book!
- By Alvin on 03-29-09
The last few books I bought, I based my purchase off the reviews of the book. I figured I might as well start writing reviews for the people/consumers who may do the same.
I listened to forty minutes of this man talking and still can't make any heads or tails as to what he's talking about. I considered myself a fairly smart individual but I'm gonna reconsider that after this book. Either I'm a dimwit or he's not doing a good job of making his point.
I sometimes get caught up trying to explain things that make sense in my head, but, as I'm explains it to the next person in terms "they can digest." When I do, the result is a blank stare. I listened then re-listened just to make sure I wasn't missing the genius in the book...I got nothing 😐.
It reads like a guy who wants you to attend a seminar/a "guru" wrote it. I don't like this type of writing. Buy at your own risk.
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- How to Effortlessly Start Conversations and Flirt Like a Pro
- By: Dave Perrotta
- Narrated by: Dave Perrotta
- Length: 2 hrs and 21 mins
Do you freeze up when you see an attractive girl? Do you run out of things to say? Do you struggle to attract women through conversation? It doesn't have to be this way. What if you could effortlessly strike up a conversation with any woman, at any time, in any environment? What if you knew exactly how to keep the conversation going (so you never ran out of things to say)? What if you could command women's attention and instantly connect with them? What if you could turn any conversation from boring to sexual?
Giacomo Girolamo Casanova RIP
- By EastCoastTango on 09-09-17
Please, Amazon, encourage people to give honest reviews
Pretty much the same information you've read in other books. Nothing to write home about. I'm not sure what happens when other people review these books. I typically look at the reviews before I buy a book. If the reviews are misleading the public, it makes for a harsher review from the next person. I bought this book expecting it to be a bible of sorts based on the reviews it has.
38 of 47 people found this review helpful