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"I want to tell you that you're probably one of the few people who really got "it" figured out. I'm only half-way through your book, and it's unbelievable how everything is making so much sense to me. Everytime I read something in your book I can relate it to some encounter I had with a girl, I now understand why I succeeded at times and failed at another. Especially the part about vulnerability. Even if I did not read the rest of the book, I already got what I paid for. Thank you Mark."
"I just finished your book today, "Models," and wanted to tell you that your presentation of the subject is far to superior to anything else I've read.
I've been involved with seduction since 2006 and I've consumed a lot dating products. Many try to make their readers into "pickup artists" - today I gag at the term.
But you don't do that. I like how spend so much time in the book reinforcing the fact that we are good human beings at our core and it's a matter of presenting ourselves honestly, without apology to everyone we encounter. And you give the reader the tools to strip away all the disguises that other seduction gurus have said we need to wear at all times.
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Posted August 12, 2012
Wow! This book provides a lot of deep insight about male/female attraction. It explains, in a forward fashion, how certain limitations cause some men to struggle meeting and dating the women they are attracted to. If this is a pattern for you, consider reading this book and honestly asking yourself if the author's concepts relate to your life.
If you've read about PUA (pickup) and certain aspects of game didn't sit right with you, this book may provide some answers. Manson's premise is basically that men can assert their sexual intentions around women, and should not be afraid to "polarize" (his word) them early on. In other words, strong actions receive strong REactions - some positive and some negative. That's okay. Some PUA material revolves around avoiding rejection, whereas Manson is more about inviting strong reaction and then basically filtering for the most compatible women.
I am a big fan of Manson's direct dating strategy, because I think that honesty up front usually attracts honest women, and that's what I like.
Still, the book is imperfect, and there were a few sentence structure flaws that interrupted his otherwise smooth writing style. None of these are sufficient enough to overcome the fact that he communicated his points effectively, his content was strong and original, and honestly it was a quick and fascinating read; and therefore it still gets a 5/5.
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Posted December 25, 2013
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