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By Steve Kauffman on 04-25-18
I don't like the author's ethics, but I still think there's valuable information in this book
I don't like how the author is giving advice on how to hook up with women that are married or have boyfriends, or the author's goals. I think it's jacked up to try and hook up with a woman who is married, and I would not want guys to flirt with a woman I am dating.
I have different goals than the author. To me, just hooking up with a woman with no substance is just not fulfilling.
Other than the author's ethics, I still feel there's some very valuable information in this book! Anyone going on the journey on Game could benefit from some of what Roosh teaches. He does come across as he genuinely cares to teach newbies and struggling guys, and I believe he practiced most of what he teaches.
Some of the material is slightly outdated. Maybe when this book was written, there weren't many quality girls on dating websites but the times have definitely changed. I've met some decent girls online.
I like how he gives very specific examples of some things to say, and his stories.
There's a lot of info in this short dense audiobook. It's probably worth going through twice. Good luck on your journey!
By Black Weapons on 05-15-16
Good book for what it is
Will answer a lot of questions or just refresh what you already know...
Lays the ground work for success if your willing to put in the work. No magic pill just ground work for lots of work to be successful. Great book if your willing to do the work. Terrible book if your not.. The reader was easy to listen to. One of the better books on dating psychology on audible. Would definitely recommend to people who will actually follow through
By Todd on 04-15-16
Easy Read with some good tips
What did you love best about Bang: More Lays in 60 Days?
This is an easy read and it has some good approaches.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
Good advice on openings and logic
What about Tony Fragale’s performance did you like?
Tony is ok but can be a bit monotone
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Just the day to day approach
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