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30 Bangs: The Shaping of One Man’s Game from Patient Mouse to Rabid Wolf by Roosh V

Hi! If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed, DLive channel, Telegram channel, Twitch channel, and YouTube channel, as well as follow me on Anchor. Thanks for visiting!Roosh’s Bang is easily the best resource out there for men who want to improve their dating life, but the book isn’t exactly […]

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Day Bang: How to Casually Pick Up Girls During the Day by Roosh V

Picking up women is a hobby usually practiced after the sun sets. Don’t pretend that nightclubs, lounges and most bars aren’t catered towards lonely losers looking to lay some ladies. When you dress up in your Friday night best and hit the nightlife circuit, you’re competing with countless other guys looking to scale the castle […]

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Bang: The Pickup Bible That Helps You Get More Lays by Roosh V

How does the idea of learning how to be more attractive to the opposite sex appeal to you? Does it intrigue you? Does it disgust you? Does it not matter one way or the other? Now everyone who answered yes to either of the last two questions, kindly recuse yourselves; you’re fucking liars. Suck it […]

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A Dead Bat in Paraguay: One Man’s Peculiar Journey Through South America by Roosh V

I’m going to drop a bit of truth here that will likely piss some of you off: There is very little in the manosphere that is original. A collective of men who’ve shucked off mainstream society to fuck girls, quaff beer and do obscene amounts of illegal drugs? No really, it’s been done before, going […]

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Street Without Joy: The French Debacle in Indochina by Bernard Fall

I grabbed this one while mining one of those websites that features links to free Kindle books: not just old books in the public domain, but newer ones that publishers and authors will make available for free as part of special deals. Pretty much everything I downloaded sucked except for this, easily one of the […]

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Naughty Nomad: Not Your Typical Backpacker Story by Mark Zolo

Great book. Worst subtitle ever. An odd way to kick off a book review, but when I saw that Mark Zolo (aka the Naughty Nomad) actually gave his debut memoir that bland, forgettable subtitle, I groaned. Everyone loves to think they’re unique and shpecial, and while I’m no stranger to Mark’s blog, my reflex is to […]

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Don’t Bang Latvia, Bang Estonia, and Bang Lithuania by Roosh V

Roosh is back at it with a trio of new travel guides, focusing on the Baltic nations of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Even better, for today only, he’s selling all three of them in a bundle for just $3. Whether you’re planning a vacation to eastern Europe or you just like Roosh’s writing, read on […]

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Redwood to Deadwood: Hitchhiking America Today by Colin Flaherty

Colin Flaherty’s been getting praise for his recent book White Girl Bleed a Lot, on the spate of racially motivated black-on-white hate crimes in recent years, but Redwood to Deadwood is his previous book, on a hitchhiking trip he took a couple of years ago. Naturally, this meant I had to buy it. How is it? B-O-R-I-N-G. […]

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The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

NOTE: This article was originally published at In Mala Fide on March 28, 2011. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct. I read a lot of books, around four to six a month, but I usually don’t blog about them because most of them simply aren’t worth the effort. They don’t inspire me, they don’t […]

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The Exile: Sex, Drugs, and Libel in the New Russia by Mark Ames and Matt Taibbi

NOTE: This article was originally published at In Mala Fide on November 10, 2011. I’m re-posting it here as the site is now defunct.  One of the Big Problems of our epoch, according to smart people, is how nobody’s reading books anymore. This is horrible, no good, and very bad for the future of Uh-Mare-Eca. […]