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Most informative, straight forward and organized book on the subject.
If you have only just cottoned on to the existence of psychopaths and the trouble they bring into your life this book is a good place to start.
Mr. Sheridan convincingly argues that psychopaths are powerless against people who are wise to their manipulative devices.
I thought this was a GREAT book! Interesting insights and AHA moments about why some people in my life act as they do! Very i well researched.Published 7 days ago by Kathryn Johnson
I do not believe the conspiracy part. If the psychopath is as intellectually limited as the author says, they are not smart enough to take over the world.Published 13 days ago by Meredith Nisbet
This book is mainly subjective opinion, peppered with some very few anecdotes from third parties. There is no science in here and no structured thought. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Siofra
Good info to begin with - tallies with other writers on the subject. Talks about psychopaths and their attributes - But then, after the half way mark... Read morePublished 1 month ago by BiggusGiovannus
An excellent and informative book. Certainly a wake up and I learnt a lot from it. The language was easy to follow and well writtenPublished 3 months ago by Therese Mackay
This book was hands down the best in truly describing these monsters. Without a bunch of useless words..it is to the point and very true from what I experienced. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Saran
While I would say anyone's first lines of defense when trying to protect their minds and souls from the evil of this world would include the Integrated Trivium Method of explicit... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Craig R Bickford
This book is an okay read. Unfortunately Thomas doesn't understand how to structure a book so getting through it is a chore with a lot of redundancy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mr. D