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Swoon: Great Seducers and Why Women Love Them

Hello,

here is a book recommendation from me for men: Swoon: Great Seducers and Why Women Love Them.

As I'm sure many of you learned: it's smart to learn from the greats ("modelling"). This book talks about what made great seducers great. It talks about historical seducers, their traits, mindsets and lifestyle.

As a student of seduction, I recommend it warmly. I followed the same logic as the article based on Casanova's life: I took notes of the most important building blocks to implement them.

Pros

  • Gives you insight in the life of the great seducers in History
  • Gives you a general view of what a great seducer looks like
  • Very inspiring

Cons

  • No exact implementation of it.
  • For intermediate to advanced seducers.
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They got the audiobook version, perfect, added to the reading list.

Thank you for the tip John!

 

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You're welcome Lucio! I thought it was right up your alley. I did listen to the audiobook. Very well structured.

Reviewed it and loved it.

It tips apart many of the modern dating gurus' rules and advice.

And not that that advice is wrong. Not chasing (and making her chase), not over-investing (and make her invest), not professing your love too early... Those are all generally true and valid.

And 98% of guys is probably better served by that advice.

Yet, you see that many of the great seducers do the opposite.
They do chase -hard-, they invest -a lot, sometimes from the very start-, they sometimes profess their love and devotion early and openly.

And they don't even end up down on power, some of their women accept their philandering and keep on loving them for life.

What gives?

It's that it's mostly about who does it, and how he does it.

I'll be referencing this book and the examples in it quite a bit in Seduction University.

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