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Posted January 7, 2000
I read this book several years ago, so I don't know if it's been updated. The book was a disorganized collection of techniques on how to get women lusting after you quickly, the centerpiece of which was the idea that if you use suggestion subtly in conversation, women will pick up on it unconciously and open up sexually. Some of the advice was ludicrous (such as if you cry enough, she may feel sorry for you and give you a chance... I hope this chapter has been deleted), but some was common sense and valuable enough to purchase the book for, mainly, the chapters stressing the importance confidence and unapologetic self-esteem, with specific suggestions for increasing both. Also, the need for self-protection in dealing with the opposite sex was spelled out. The rest of the book was depressingly negative toward women, and as tiring as women authors' diatribes about men. It also contained an enormous number of typos, which hopefully also have been corrected by now. Some very silly advice, and some useful advice, both of which will be immediately recognizable to the reader.
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Posted February 4, 2001
Well, I've read the book, but I sometimes thought my techniques were more advanced than Ross Jeffries' ones. And everyone on this Speed Seduction scene knows they are outdated. Even Ross himself has improved his techniques by now, and there are many free and online resources for this, from himself and others. So I'd say, if your a total disaster with women, you'd may buy it, if you have somewhat a social life, go check out those other resources.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 14, 2009
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