A Deplorable Cad
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There are many beautiful young women in this world. Some are delicate flowers. Others are brash and sultry sirens. Most men will court a few girls and marry one. They'll set up home, produce children and lead us into the next generation. Some men reject this life. They are the cads and they aim to seduce as many young beauties as humanly possible. They love the thrill of the hunt and the satisfaction of the kill. They want more than their fair share and they'll go to extraordinary lengths to get it. This is their story. A dozen such men gathered together at a large house in a sleepy borough of London, where they hatched a plan of international sexual conquest.
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Sep 13, 2018As Heterosexual Men, we all owe Nick Krauser a profound debt of gratitude. I have read through the entire memoir series now, and have just started on Mastery, and, though I've not yet read the entire cannon, I can wholeheartedly recommend any and all of his books. The amount of personal commitment and energy, as well as his keen and brutally honest analyses and creativity in solving problems; the time, out there with his balls on the line. That level of obsession is something to be admired, though probably from a bit of a distance...The same level of obsession appears to go into the actual writing as well. These books will make you laugh your ass off, many, many times, you'll chubb up when reading about some of his conquests, no shit. You will discover some very profound truths about the world that we currently inhabit in a way that explains them better (to my mind) than most anywhere else I've read them, and gain a deep and rare insight into the way men and women truly see each other... More > and how to apply this knowledge. It's shocking, it's so non PC in it's gloriously unencumbered writing style, that, at first you'll have to re read a sentence to confirm that, yes, that's what he wrote. I fucking love that, so refreshing to read something not fucking sanitized, anesthetized, for the pearl clutching soys Great books, Nicks story is a great one too and you'll be inspired to improve upon yourself and get in the Game. You will also become inspired to become a better person.....sounds like bullshit, I know, but I was. Even if you never do get in the game, just seeing what's possible will blow your mind, it will be like Fantasy Sci Fi, and very entertaining FSciFi too. Buy all of his books, read them with your sons. They'll thank you< Less
Sep 3, 2018Gives fantastic insights into the mind of a real pickup artist. Ever wanted to be one of those guys in their 30's or 40's who the smoking hot model is banging, instead of the guy she is too busy for or is 'just friends' with? Then get the book..
Jan 20, 2018Great book and Krauser's best writing yet. The story now takes on a linear structure and includes real characterization from all the other personalities along for the ride. Ends with a wicked cliff hanger (what's the deal with Jimmy? how does K reconcile the feeling that he's reached the peak? what happens next with the girls?) and gets the reader excited for the next part of the story. Also some great squalid details about the danger of going down the wrong path, dubbed "The Dark Side." Nick almost got caught in it but managed to stop himself in time. And, for active daygamers out there, or people who know the community, there are also previously-unreleased details aout Tom Torero's true character, which absolutely destroyed the already twindling amount of respect I had for him. Props to Krauser for not making the details public on his blog before -- the man has integrity, and honestly this could have wiped Tom's credibility off the map. K didn't want to do that, so he... More > didn't. Good guy.< Less
Oct 25, 2017The first volume was exceptional - this is better. Forget your crappy Strauss 'The Game', the only thing that's good for is introducing men to the concept of game. Deplorable Cad lifts the lid on the sheer effort, often times fun, always squalid, lives of the day game giants. At times its personal, very frequently laugh out loud funny, and there are a variety of nuggets in there that I didn't know about the 'Krauser Method'. These memoirs should be considered required reading for any newbie, and for even the experienced daygamer, they are well worth a read between jaunts. Highly recommended, if you have any doubts get rid of them and buy this right away.
Sep 30, 2017Krauser’s writing is continually evolving as well as the way of recounting his experiences with women. I found that the true epiphanies are, this time, not spelled out, but more between the lines. The Rubicon that men need to cross in order to become good with women is first and foremost to understand and accept the nature of women. Without this understanding, the mechanics of daygame will only be surface level - a mere replication of a set of behaviors, lines, mannerisms that run only skin deep. “A Deplorable Cad” strips away the 20% you can fake and shows instead, page by page, the deeper transformation and how women respond to it. An eye-opening book and a bitter pill to swallow - but if you want to become better with women, here’s a book that will change the way you look at - and interact with - women.
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- Nick Krauser (Standard Copyright License)
- First Edition
- Sigma Wolf
- February 12, 2017
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 2.09 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 5.83 wide x 8.26 tall
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