Perfected Mind Control - The Unauthorized Black Book of Hypnotic Mind Control

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  • ISBN-13: 9781847287502
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  • Publication date: 8/10/2006
  • Pages: 220
  • Sales rank: 1,034,151
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2007


    Perfected Mind Control (PMC) is a poorly written, self-published tome of questionable content. I consider myself well versed in the topic and can usually tell within the first few pages of a book if the author has a feel for the subject matter. PMC falls miserably short in this regard. The author rehashes the typical NLP/Hypnotic fodder. After a disappointing read, I checked out his website. It became apparent that he is attempting to present himself as some sort of expert in the field. Unfortunately, his writing ability is a significant impediment to the reader, thus rendering what little message he has moot.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2007


    This is essentially a self-published book. Check out the 'publisher' and you'll see what I mean. Self-published books should raise a big red flag to anyone who is deciding to purchase one. Every once in a great while you can find a diamond, but more often than not the vast majority are lumps of coal. Perfected Mind Control, in my opinion, falls into the latter category. It's essentially a vanity project for someone who apparently couldn't find a real publisher to handle it. The information is weak, the writing weaker still. The author offers few credentials to support his 'expertise' in writing such a book. The 'information' foisted upon the reader is indicative of an individual who desperately wants to appear knowledgeable and feel important. Self-publishing is an egocentric activity, unfortunately this book is primary example of the convergence of ego and lack of knowledge.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2007

    Covers No New Ground

    It appears as if the author is trying a little too hard to both establish himself as writer/researcher in the area of mind control and 'shock' the reader with the application of his so-called knowledge. Unfortunately, there are a two problems with his approach. First, Perfected Mind Control covers no new ground. George Estabrooks's book, Hypnosis,is the seminal work on the subject of hypnotic mind control. Published decades ago by a man who was an acknowledged expert in the field, Hypnosis explains the process used to control subjects with more authority and understanding than Ellis's feeble attempt. Secondly, Ellis's writing is atrocious. I'm not exaggerating when I state that there are spelling or grammatical errors on nearly every other page of the book. This serves only to reinforce the notion that the author should spend more time honing his writing skills and less on mind control. As harsh as this may sound, the truth of the matter is that Perfected Mind Control is in dire need of numerous rewrites and a competent editor.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2007

    Needs An Editor

    So riddled with grammatical errors it becomes unintentionally humorous to read.

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