1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
For me, this book was a study of the female id. A real eye-opener for the man considering the MGTOW path. If you have silly romantic ideas about women and sex, you need to read this.
27 of 58 people found the following review helpful
A truly bad effort at turning a website into an e-publication. Was this thing proofread or edited at all? It's really dreadful.
The table of contents doesn't work, no defined bookmarks, the first few pages are a mess, there are slabs of text repeated sometimes with weird formatting, it's not clear what's a quote and what isn't. This is not a book, in the sense of it being a cohesive work. It's some webpages dropped into word an spat out as a kindle book.
This material could have been organized far better. I suggest
"how it was"
"how it is"
"how it got that way"
"how It could have been (Pittsburgh)"
"how it's probably going to be"… Read more
13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Just awful. Chapter after chapter of tall tales about improbable characters and some lost Mexican tribe that read exactly like "How to Live like a King's Kid", or that Carlos Casteneda tripe. Maybe there's something practical in there about running, but I just gave up after a third of the way through.
Go watch "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull". Even that is not as bad as this.
Rubbish. Two stars, because I've read worse.