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Hell hath no fury like a woman's scorn
on 19 August 2013
Mr. Greene has been called the 'Machiavelli' of our times by many of the reviewers. I have all his books, as an enthusiast of strategies and inner world maps. I gave this book 3 stars as I feel it really was an uncomfortable read. He refers to women as 'victims'? He recommends systematically reducing them to a pulp, for example - isolating them from friends and family. It reads like a cult leaders manual? Does he have body guards and live in a security patrolled home? Has he never heard the axiom, 'Hell hath no fury like a woman's scorn'? Does he live in the same world as other men, or does he believe himself to be James Bond? It is more of a manual on sadism, that I assure you will back fire horribly if you take him at his word. Be warned!