Saturday, September 22, 2012

{Review} How to Meet Broads: A Comprehensive Guide to the Art of Seduction by Jeff Cagney

ISBN #: 978-1461112778
Page Count: 204
Copyright: May 29, 2011
Publisher: CreateSpace

Book Summary:
(Taken from Amazon)

Are you shy around beautiful women? Do you break out in a cold sweat at the thought of approaching that cute girl across the bar? Are you crippled by the fear of rejection? On those rare occasions when you do find yourself chatting with a girl you're attracted to, do you freeze up and spend several minutes babbling idiotically until she finally, mercifully concocts an excuse to leave? Do you frequently find yourself going home alone, putting on some sad music, cursing your miserable life and crying yourself to sleep? Would you like to be that guy who walks into a bar by himself and exits shortly thereafter with the hottest broad in the room?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, How to Meet Broads: A Comprehensive Guide to the Art of Seduction is here to help! Using the ground-breaking How to Meet Broads system, you can improve your look, boost your self-confidence and successfully seduce the girls of your dreams!

How to Meet Broads: A Comprehensive Guide to the Art of Seduction offers a point-by-point process for becoming not only a man that women aspire to be with, but also one who is capable of sustaining a healthy relationship (when applicable). This process is elaborated upon in the form of letters written by the online readers of Mr. Cagney and his often-hilarious replies. Don't let the sarcasm and self-deprecation fool you, however ... at its most basic, this is a book about respecting yourself and those around you, and you'll be surprised at just how heartfelt Mr. Cagney is about helping others achieve happiness.

*Parental Advisory For Some Rough Language*

Mandy's Review:

Oh, where to begin?

I accepted this book for review because I appreciate sarcasm. I use it almost daily and find it funny in certain situations. I believed from the summary that this book would be what I would find humorous, despite its title using the offensive word "broads." As a matter of fact, let's talk about the title for a moment.

"How to Meet Broads" and "The Comprehensive Guide to the Art of Seduction" being put together is an oxymoron. To have them juxtaposed together to form the title is a little confusing. When I see "How to Meet Broads" I'm picturing a guy from the 60s or 70s with nothing in mind but to add notches to his bedpost. This man is not concerned with a woman's feelings, only the sexual satisfaction he can find in bedding her. On the other hand, when I see "The Comprehensive Guide to the Art of Seduction" I picture a gentleman who is wanting nothing more than to seduce a lady he's interested in. Yes, sexual gratification may be involved, but it would be special for her, too.

Do I even need to talk about the cover?

When I look at the lady on the cover, all I see is someone who smokes, frequents bars, and has sex with any man she likes. She has a foul mouth and will fight someone just for the heck of it. Men, if this is the type of woman you really want to meet and bed, then you need to read this book. However, if you're looking for a woman who actually has some respect for herself, then forget you've even heard of this book. No self-respecting woman would be taken in by anything you would do based on what you've read in these pages.

As you may can tell, I did not find this book funny, sarcastic or otherwise. I found the language abrasive and crude. The author even called a woman's female friends as (*cover your eyes you children below 18*) 'cunty.' I cannot begin to tell you how reading that word lit my fire. The author's attitude towards women is very demeaning. If any man talked to me the way the author talked in this book, his behind would be in a hospital so fast he wouldn't know what day of the week it was.

*An ecopy of the book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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