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I have heard many audio books and I thought this audio book was cheesy. The reader just tried too hard to be seductive. I like the content but reader really ruined this book for me.
If you listen to this book as a study on seduction and the various techniques, it's actually rather interesting. The style is a little too predictable after a while though - perhaps because it was the abridged edition.
I loved this book. The reader was captivating and brilliant. I listened to most disks more than once and applied it to my life immediately.
It should have been called the Art of Manipulation. It had some interesting points and talked about famous people who have used different methods of seduction/manipulation but it wasn't interesting enough to listen past the first disk.
This book was a bit boring. The "reader" was overly dramatic. I quit listening half way through the second disc.
When I first began listening to this book, I thought the author’s voice was a bit extreme, but as I continued to listen on the voice (a sexual undertone) began to fit the title of the book... It was PERFECT! This book was GREAT because it gave PRECISE DETAILS on how to seduce or conquer others, but interestingly enough, it also presented a flip side by offering all VICTIMS and PREY a look at how they act when they are under the spell of the Seducer. I would recommend this book to people, especially those that are tired of being made of fool of... as they will see themselves in the eyes of those who have seduced them. This book will offer them the power to no longer be seduced, manipulated, or lead astray, unless of course they want to be.
This book labels and defines behaviors that we do with each other all of the time. Although some of it is very machiavellian, everyone will find some behaviour they can incorporate, improve upon or observe that will make their lives with their significant others better. A must read for all divas, loners who are looking, wall flowers, seducers and players.
This book has talks about a somewhat taboo topic and I like it for that. The narrator's voice though is dark and mysterious. It does make some sense due to the nature of the topic but I think it goes too far. It's cheesy. There are also points where there is just too much fluff. It talks a lot about what to be but doesn't really give the best details on how.
Not only did the author repeat himself repeatedly...this just kept getting weirder and weirder. One of the last items was "how to isolate your victim". This is a book for a stalker wanna-be. Normal people don't act this way.
You need only listen to the very first CD and you have heard the rest....very repetitive themes throught the book. If you seek to manipulate and play people to your favor, two CD's might do, otherwise there are way too many other good books out there to spend your precious time on.
Robert Greene, author of "The 48 Laws of Power" and "The Art of Seduction," has a degree in classical studies.
Joost Elffers is the producer of the bestselling "The 48 Laws of Power" and "The Art of Seduction,"
Joost Elffers has created many successful packages and f
Joost Elffers has created many successful packages and franchises, among them "Play with Your Food, Fast Food, " andranchises, among them "Play with Your Food, Fast Food, " and "The Secret Language of Relationships." Born and educated i "The Secret Language of Relationships." Born and educated in the Netherlands, he lives in New York City. n the Netherlands, he lives in New York City.