Most men see women as an idea; they see the perfect Disney character that they are supposed to see. After installing a key logger on my laptop years ago, I was able to see all the things that these women did when they thought no one was looking. The stories and the shocking truths that were revealed are told in this book. The true nature of women is as no man imagines.
©2013 Nicholas Jack (P)2014 Nicholas Jack
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"good, goood, gooooood."
I absolutely love this book. I dated thons of women in my life and can 100% agree with the writer. In my life I touched only the surface of this lies. Heard stories from women themselves how smart and deceiving they are. This book put the real meaning to all the situations I went through my adventures. I also feel sorry for readers/listeners that choose life in denial and being treated like morons by their better halves. This book is solid facts not a fiction. The recommendations at the end are a little surprising but 100% accurate. We men aren’t better but at least it is good to know whom we are dealing with. I recommend this book to any man in any age married or not.
didn't read the book, just the audio
i thought it was interesting and i wanted to find out what happened with each following relationship. I don't necessarily agree with the morality, but he got truth which is most important in a relationship.
"Ladies could learn a thing or two, too!"
Brutally frank honesty. Even about himself. Especially knowing this is true stuff, not a fiction story.
It works both ways. Men and women, be careful who you get involved with and to what extent.
"A diary of dating women"
Nothing new to be learned unless you're 13 yo. But I'm 56 so what is obvious to me may be news to someone else. Mostly this guy has screwed up his own chances at meaningful relationships by spying on the women he is dating. Try spending more than an hour getting to know the woman, trust takes time and does not instantly happen on the first day, week or even month. You have to build it before you can enjoy the fruits of the effort. Now I've forgotten the book and started philosophizing.
Back to Science fiction
Perhaps if he had better material to perform.
Really a story about inability to trust in a new relationship where the trust hasn't been established. All it says about women is that they are just as afraid to trust as he is.
"*Review* This BookIs Awful and Disturbing"
NOTHING - If this is AT ALL autobiographical Nicholas Jack is an a$$
I am sitting here perplexed. I'm confused as to whether this book was hilarious or awful. Let me preface my comments by saying I am in know way, shape or form a feminist. If I allowed people to offend me than I may have been offended, that is.
The author, Nicholas Jack uses a keylogger to spy on perspective girlfriends. Before meeting a woman he rates her on a scale of 1-10, including the slut scale, is one example. He asks each 'lucky' gal a series of questions about relationships, sex, etc.
He moves the 'relationship' along [after he either has sex with them or ends the date] he goes to their Facebook page and opens his lady love page and starts going through her messages and conversations to see if she is telling the truth or not. In all 12 instances that he recorded all of the women lie to him.
While it does make one think, in this day, of technology technology, big brother, etc. it is pretty sad that according to Nicholas Jack no women can be trusted to tell the truth. Women all have two personas. One that we use in real life and the "real" life through our electronic devices.The keylogger as used in this manner, describe Nicholas Jack is disgusting, a creepy, control freak who rates women on a slut scale and rates them before and after on several topics several similar topics
I almost thought this was a comedic book until the last 20 minutes, when the author comments on his discoveries and advises others on how to use or not use this method of vetting dates. Nicholas Jack started giving out notes. He eventually says that the keylogger is not a good
Hated the book, love the narrator and fortunately it was short.
Jay Pritchard proves that he can read anything, make any subject tolerable. His voice is captivating, smooth and in this book he did Nicholas Jack a huge favor. If anyone else were narrating I would shut this off after girl number three.
Notes: Didn't like the book
Credit worthy/$ : Not on your life. *I was given a copy of this book to listen to it in exchange for my thoughts and review.*
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"I wonder if he is still single"
I could not believe that he did this and then actually wrote about it..... Ok I admit not all women are honest or perfect but the fact that he went behind their backs and dug up info shows that he is lacking in trust majorly. I also found that it was super irritating that he would just stop speaking with some of the women. Be a man and tell the women that you dug through their life and are done with them.
On the flip side I love the narrators voice! It is rich and smooth.
"Juvenile in its writing, thinking, and conclusions"
How this book was lucky enough to be published, I do not know. The writing was poor, the writer's ethics questionable, the logic frayed, and the conclusions were rather dumb.
"so everyone is a lair?"
son it may take you a few more lifetimes to see real truth. when your heart is righr it tends to influence other hearts. sexes different, yes all women lie, grow up.
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