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This book is a very good read, and it also has plenty of examples throughout history of power mongers.
You will not view any story you see or any personal situation in life quite the same way again after reading this book, and that's a good thing.
If you really want to learn how to get power, surreptitiously even, then try the book "How to win Friends and Influence People", by Carnegie.
Really well structured book, easy to follow, and very in depth. Provides and interesting view on history and past leaders.Published 1 day ago by Eric
I had found that this book is very interesting and I have troubles putting it down to stop.Published 2 days ago by Prudy Albis
Ten years ago, I borrowed Robert Greene's book from a roommate, and started thumbing through it. 50 cent thought it life-transforming, and who could honestly offer a more solid... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jiang Xueqin