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Never at risk of being called humble, Mystery (aka Erik von Markovik), heralded as one of the best pick-up artists in the country, has created a science of seduction. His meticulously researched system, the "Mystery Method," offers advice to men of every ilk, along with complex charts, social science jargon (e.g., Dynamic Social Homostasis and DHV—Demonstrations of Higher Value) and potty humor Mystery comes off as forceful, provocative and excessively arrogant, but one thing is clear: he's good at what he does. You'll laugh, you'll scoff, but in the end, you'll probably learn something. (Feb.)
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Meticulously researched ... You'll laugh ... but in the end, you'll probably learn something. (Publishers Weekly)
Von Markovik knows what he's talking about. (Library Journal)
While I never actually used these methods as a guide for a night out, it did shed a lot of light on interpersonal relationships of any type.Published 13 days ago by Patrick Bowling
This may seem like a book intended for young men who can't get dates, but it's a valuable source of information for so much more. Read morePublished 2 months ago by G. Bledsoe
This book is informative and the simplest advice mystery gives, and the best, is simply getting out of the house; harder for introverts than one might think. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrew Sychra