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Bad book with a catchy title, please don't be fooled like I was
Reviewed in the United States on May 20, 2019
I loved this author's first book, "Models" and recommend it so highly, I think that every man should read "Models," and to a certain extent, I would recommend it for all women as well, though it would apply to them less.
His second book "The subtle art of not giving a F$%#" was a huge drop off in quality. I read his second book a few years ago and there are two things I remember about it. First, I felt kind of tricked into getting the book because it had a "catchy" title. Second, I remember that he frequently contradicted his own statements so the book had no cohesive message.
I don't usually write reviews, but I felt compelled to write this one because I feel like I was tricked again.
The book (again) has a catchy title that really isn't necessary. The book (again) frequently contradicts itself so I did not take away a cohesive message. The worst part of this book was that it became very clear to me that this is just a random guy writing his own thoughts. He is not an expert.
That might be why I enjoyed the first book so well. The first book he was writing about something that he was an expert in, something he had a lot of experience with and something he wrote authentically.