ART OF SEDUCTION BY ROBERT GREENE
No doubt, seduction plays a huge role in our life. I am not talking about sexual seduction right now. I mean seduction that lets you conquer people’s minds and hearts. All successful people use seduction in their arsenal. In ‘The Art of Seduction: An Indispensable Primer on the Ultimate Form of Power’, a bestselling author of international hit-books Robert Greene discusses seduction and gives effective tips on how to use it.
It is absolutely unnecessary to introduce Robert Greene. This man is a hit-maker in the niche of non-fiction literature. I love his books and respect his personality. ‘The Art of Seduction: An Indispensable Primer on the Ultimate Form of Power’ is a handbook for people who want to use the might of seduction in politics, business, personal life, and other fields. At the beginning of the book, Robert Greene explains the role and significance of seduction in our life. He explains, proves, and shows how successful people implement the power of seduction to achieve their goals. In a typical manner, he tells about different historic personalities and demonstrates how the usage of seduction. In each chapter, Robert Greene gives an explanation of a specific rule of the art of seduction.
I read this book ten years ago. I was young those days. To be honest, among all the books written by Robert Greene, this was the least favorite one. I think that I am to direct and frank to use sly and cunning communication techniques in my daily life. This is what the author will teach you. Like all books by Robert Greene, this one is also very controversial and cynical. Again, the author ignores all the cultural, moral, and religious codes that exist in the world. I didn’t like it because it was useless for me, but it doesn’t mean you won’t like it too.
This book will be a powerful handbook for women specifically. Women are more flexible and adaptive than men, and I am sure they will be able to comfortably implement all the seduction tips given by Robert Greene. If you are a man and your face and body don’t scream about high levels of testosterone and huge masculinity, then, this book might bee helpful to you. Otherwise, I think that this book is an unnecessary read.