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I’ve finished it and I think it’s incredible. I really wish I would have had this book twenty years ago.
I did purchase Stephen Nash’s ebook and it basically sucked. It was good material, don’t get me wrong. It should have been titled “how to get a life”, but I don’t guess he would have sold very many copies. Doing what he says won’t necessarily get you a GF, I’m living proof of that. Oh and you’re book was 1/2 the price of Nash’s and 5 times longer. Figure that one out?
None of the other material that I’ve read or have come across went into what to do once you get in the bedroom. Every guru so far (unless it is a sex only book like the sex god method) has skipped over this. Something tells me that’s because they weren’t too good at it or didn’t want to give away their secrets for fear that some other guy would get better than them. But not you, you’re not concerned. Awesome! That’s the way a teacher should be.
I like the straightforward manner with which you lay out how to progress. It’s something that I’ve needed to read. I’m the type that always needs a roadmap. Once I’ve gone down the road, I can invent new ways to do it. Ha ha. I like that you put away with the notion that one has to be very well dressed to accomplish anything. This is probably true in a trendy LA nightclub, but not here in […]. Clothes or shoes don’t do crap. I should know, I’ve spent lots of dollars on my wardrobe and I don’t notice any difference in my game or a woman’s level of interest (more or less or more or less women interested).
I guess the best praise I can come up with is that this book should be required reading for every 17 year old guy!!
I don’t have many gripes about the book. The length was OK. Sure I’d like to have a seduction book that was a combo of your book, Green’s art of seduction, the mystery method, sex god method, selfish gene, etc…something near the length of atlas shrugged. But really, who wants to write that? ha ha. So, the length was fine, there is plenty of supplimental information on the web and if one uses what you teach, one can learn on the fly. I would have liked to see you expand on how to approach in different venues or how to approach married women (direct vs. indirect). I know, what I’m asking can be learned in the field, but it’s always fun reading about this. I also wouldn’t have minded reading field reports or some of your best lines/ deliveries/ responses and why they were so good. […]
One thing I do want to disagree with you on is the gym. It’s the hardest place ever to meet/ attract attractive women. Wow, a courtroom isn’t even this tough and I have tried 🙂 […]