Matt Forney
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The Perfect Conversation: Win Any Girl with Words by Nicholas Jack

I scored this book, the latest from Swoop the World contributor 20Nation, a while ago and frankly wasn’t expecting much. As I’ve said before, there are only a couple of game resources I recommend—Roosh’s Bang and Day Bang—because they’re so comprehensive and accurate that you don’t need anything else. Given the description of the book, I was expecting The Perfect Conversation to be a retread of Day Bang.

When I cracked the book open, I was pleasantly surprised.

While it’s not groundbreaking stuff, The Perfect Conversation is a decent supplement if you’re looking to improve your conversational skills. 20Nation breaks down approaching girls and talking to them down to a science, telling you how to structure your conversations to make them interested in you as well as what not to do:

I have watched so many guys in my life act weird and random because it made girls laugh. Yeah they are laughing at you, but no, you will not be hooking up with them any time soon. They are laughing because it’s strange and fascinating. This will kill attraction that she already felt towards you. One of the biggest things a girl wants to know about you is if you are a normal, healthy human being.

While some of the material will be familiar if you’ve read PUA literature (in a minor ding, 20Nation uses some obsolete PUA terminology like “DHV”), most of the content is original and informative. In an extremely smart move, each chapter is interspaced with “Mike’s Story,” a fictional tale showing you how to put the book’s advice into practice. There are also chapter summaries restating what you just read, which may help some people.

It’s not a flashy or mindblowing book, but if you’re looking for some tips to improve your game, The Perfect Conversation is a good buy.

Click here to buy The Perfect Conversation: Win Any Girl with Words.

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