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  • Apr 10, 2020

    For anyone that has read all of his novels where should I start? I have power, mastery, seduction, war, human nature and the 50th law. Is there a specific order?

  • Apr 11, 2020
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    Mastery is actually pretty good, but idk why his books have become the posterchild for deeply misogynist men.

  • Apr 28, 2020

    I鈥檝e only read 48 laws but it was easy to dive into

  • Apr 28, 2020

    馃憖

  • hot pancakes 馃巺馃徎
    Apr 28, 2020

    48 Laws and Mastery are what I have. Plan on getting more once I finish those

  • Apr 28, 2020

    dont do it OP

  • May 22, 2020
    Mulder

    Mastery is actually pretty good, but idk why his books have become the posterchild for deeply misogynist men.

    They did?

  • May 28, 2020

    Not reading Robert Greene >>>>

  • May 29, 2020

    trash

  • Mulder

    Mastery is actually pretty good, but idk why his books have become the posterchild for deeply misogynist men.

    I'm not a misogynist, 48 laws has helped me more against s***head men than it has ever helped with women

  • May 29, 2020
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    The books are helpful, it's down to the character of intelligence of who reads them that determines the impact.

    I'm not a misogynist, racist, or wannabe tyrant, but his books have helped shield myself from people who are

  • Jun 2, 2020
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    I have 48 laws and art of seduction.

    My brother actually asked me to buy him Art of Seduction while he was in jail but they sent it back because Robert Greene books are banned

  • Jun 22, 2020

    this self help books garbage tbh

  • Jun 25, 2020

    Just got all his books on audible :)

  • CactusJackSentYa

    I have 48 laws and art of seduction.

    My brother actually asked me to buy him Art of Seduction while he was in jail but they sent it back because Robert Greene books are banned

    That鈥檚 actually interesting af lol

  • TragedyBerlusconi

    The books are helpful, it's down to the character of intelligence of who reads them that determines the impact.

    I'm not a misogynist, racist, or wannabe tyrant, but his books have helped shield myself from people who are

    I love his books because they're really just about the psychology of people.

  • Nov 11
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    Currently reading the Art Seduction rn

    It makes me cringe at how bad I formerly was at the dating thing

  • I can't fw this dude's work. I picture the dude from American Psycho reading these books and loving them, straight sociopathic s***

  • Nov 12
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    Kolossus

    Currently reading the Art Seduction rn

    It makes me cringe at how bad I formerly was at the dating thing

    Try Models by Mark Manson instead

  • FellacioTheGoat

    Try Models by Mark Manson instead

    ngl some of the tactics he suggests are wild

    bro said to remind someone you want about the bad things in their life

  • Nov 12
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    such as nay book with dark topics though, it's really all in how yo use the knowledge. we should remain open-minded and try to take in information IMO

  • Kolossus

    such as nay book with dark topics though, it's really all in how yo use the knowledge. we should remain open-minded and try to take in information IMO

    Agree with this 100%, you lose nothing by giving the information a shot. But I gave up on 48 laws because I know myself and I just know I wouldn't feel comfortable applying his methods in my life. Felt the same way after reading a bit of Art of Seduction, Mark Manson has a much healthier perspective on dating imo

  • I read some of 48 Laws of Power. To be honest the information is not applicable to the majority of people and the book is downright boring and filled with historical anecdotes. Unless you need to behave like a sociopath or are in some kind of ultra competitive cutthroat environment like a prison I wouldn鈥檛 read the book. I feel like it also became kind of a parody of itself with the sigma male grindset culture associated with it. I would probably read a different self help book like How to Win Friends and Influence People

  • Nov 12

    Books for weirdos

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