Matt Forney
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Nightclub Bible: The Authority on Picking Up Women in Nightclubs by Christian McQueen

nightclub-bibleChristian McQueen is legit as fuck.

Through his regular columns at Return of Kings, he’s dished out tons of advice on navigating the world of nightclubs. While no one in the manosphere is a stranger to clubs (I hope), Christian has working them down a science, and he dishes out everything he knows in his debut book, Nightclub Bible. If you’re looking to crack the code and start pulling quality girls from clubs, this book is a must-buy.

A major caveat, though: this stuff isn’t for newbies.

Christian intelligently avoids trying to rehash Game 101 in Nightclub Bible beyond a basic overview. If you haven’t already honed your ability to pick up girls, this book isn’t going to be of much use to you. This book isn’t so much about game as it is about turning a nightclub into your personal poosy paradise, where you can pull the hottest girls with a minimum of effort:

Another very important reason for getting the bartenders on your side is that they can cover your ass at the end of the night when you have a cute filly on your arm but need just one more shot for her to turn her hamster off and you are out of cash. Last minute shots are absolute fucking gold in my book and have definitely helped me close. Generally the bartender will pour you a shot and wink. They know what’s up and if you’ve followed my formula then they have no problem comping you a shot here and there.

Christian goes through just about everything you need to know about nightclubs, from how to dress, how to ingratiate yourself with the staff, and how to defuse cockblockers. He also busts some popular myths wide open, such as in his chapter about how to use bottle service to get laid. His writing is fast-paced and conversational; I finished the book in about half-an-hour.

However, I can’t not mention this book’s terrible editing.

I’m not a literary snob. I don’t expect every book I read to be worthy of the Man Booker Prize, nor do I mind a few typos here and there. But at the absolute bare minimum, if you’re going to publish a book, run Spellcheck first. Whole paragraphs of Nightclub Bible read like Christian typed them out by slapping his scrotum against the keyboard. The boggling number of typos and punctuation errors caused my eyes to glaze over like I was being sedated for a colonoscopy. Additionally, the final chapter on sluts, while entertaining, seemed thematically disconnected from the rest of the book:

Obvious as this may seem, any girl that is an expert at draining your balls with a sweet smile on her face, can suck you in emotionally too, and the resulting fireball of living hell you’ll unleash on your life will not be pretty like her sweet bubble butt. This is the time for you to put away childish behavior like believing in ‘the one,’ and getting a cure for your oneitis. The cure is simple: more sluts. Once you’ve had multiple girls all throwing the same script at you with the same responses to your jokes/lines etc., you’ll quickly see that 99.9% of sluts are the same. Rinse, repeat.

Also, was the lengthy legal disclaimer at the beginning truly necessary?

Aside from these issues, Nightclub Bible is an informative book and a requirement if you’re looking to take your game to the next level.

Click here to buy Nightclub Bible.

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  • I have never tried to pick up at a club. The hassle of fighting of the other dudes doesn’t seem like time well spent.