I’m happy to be releasing three new books: Don’t Bang Latvia, Bang Estonia, and Bang Lithuania. All three books contain the following:
- Historical and cultural backgrounds that help you understand the mentality of each country
- Detailed descriptions of the women, including both appearance and personality
- The amount of work and time you’ll have to put in to get your flags
- Game breakdowns on meeting and laying Baltic women via internet, day, and night methods
- Detailed city guides on when and where to find women
- Sex stories that add color to the optimal game you’ll need to spit
Many travelers treat the Baltics as one entity, but each one can be quite different, forcing me to write three separate books instead of one. Here’s a review from a reader who received advance copies:
This trilogy isn’t Roosh’s finest work but contains enough gems and nuggets of useful information to make it highly recommended for any man planning to plunder the Baltics. From his writing you feel Roosh is at heart a nice, cool guy looking for a place in the world that still has the beautiful, feminine women of yesteryear. This makes his writing all the more poignant as he isn’t a dried up, cynical, exploitative pickup artist, looking to get as much action as he can and then move on, he is truly looking for connection in his life.
The highlights for me were without doubt the stories, evidence of just what a good writer Roosh is becoming – in my opinion the finest in the manosphere. Just reading them made me experience the loneliness, the homesickness, the daily struggle to understand foreign women, the constant uprooting as he goes to a new country. It really made me think twice about going for very long extended stays in foreign countries were I don’t have contacts nor speak the language well and that’s the mark of a great writer, that he makes you feel truly and deeply through his words.
A slight disappointment at the short length of these books and that he didn’t cover Vilnius in the Lithuania book (my preferred destination) but apart from that, this is another recommended installment from the world’s most eloquent love tourist.
I stayed in each Baltic country for one month, which is why I agree with the above reviewer that these aren’t my strongest travel guides. Nonetheless, I do think it has the right mix of travel data and stories to bring value for men who are interested in Eastern Europe. I picked a price point today so that even if you aren’t immediately interested in traveling to the Baltics, you feel that you’re getting your money’s worth.
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