3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 10 September 2002
kokology is a psychological game to reveal your hidden attitude in your life. It's about love, sex, the way you think, etc.
Contains several quiz with options, and they give us the explanations to discover our self through our answer.
This is the first kokology book that i read. All i can say is, this game is very fun to be played. The author packed it in attractive way. And i think, the explanations have 96% in probabilism for being right.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 6 October 2013
As the title says, I bought the first Kokology and loved it; it's a great wee book which I found was really helpful in finding out a bit more about myself; sometimes you think "That answer can't be right!" but once you stop to think deeper about it, it actually turns out to be true. This sequel works in the same way as the first :)
I just wish they'd both been longer, maybe if I wish really hard there'll be a Kokology 3! :D
on 22 December 2012
Having first heard about this book through my amazon recommended and having ordered both first and second editions, the second one arrived first and on the whole I was not disappointed. Being interested in things that reveal inner motivations and personality I found this book to be compulsively readable and finished it in more or less one sitting. It presents scenarios in which you are given a set of answers that reveal something about your inner self covering love and sex, motivations and your relationship to others.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 30 December 2009
If you are so inclined, you could use this book to learn handy little games and psychology "tricks" to make yourself seem more interesting than you actually are. Could be handy if you are a bit of a PUA and want to get some half drunk girls in a bar to think you're all deep and meaningful (would almost certainly serve this purpose really well)
Not sure what I expected from the book so I'm not sure if those expectations were met, but it's quite interesting all the same