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The Art of Seduction

Seduction has been used for many centuries to make people fall in love and in lust causing an obsession with the seducer. What is the strategy behind seduction and how is it used to get that person you are trying to attain? What is the difference between seducing someone and falling in love with them? In Robert Greene's book The Art of Seduction he explains it all.

Robert Greene is famous for his books on power, strategy and seduction. He has written four international bestsellers including The 48 Laws of Power, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law (with rapper 50 cent) and The Art of Seduction.

Recently reading The Art of Seduction I was amazed at the detail of it. It goes into the history of seduction used as an art form from the past to the present day as well as fictionalized stories of seduction in movies like Dangerous Liasions.

It talks about famous seducers such as Cleopatra, Marilyn Monroe, Don Juan and Casanova to lesser known stories from the past of "rakes", "dandies", "charmers" and "coquettes" (Robert's names for them). Dividing them into categories each one having a set of rules to follow and cautions of not to follow.

If you want to learn how to make someone fall in infatuation with you, this is a great book to read. It's also great in itself if you like learning about people in history. This book is not about making someone fall in love with you though. Seduction is a game. Love is not. Love is based on truth, honesty and a real connection. Seducing someone is totally different, but if you want to get that someone you are into to be obsessed with you get the book and follow it. You won't lose.


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