The 48 Laws of Power - Robert Greene & Joost Elffers

The 48 Laws of Power

By Robert Greene & Joost Elffers

  • Release Date: 1998-09-01
  • Genre: Self-Improvement
  • Book: The 48 Laws of Power
The 48 Laws of Power book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 431 Ratings)

The 48 Laws of Power Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

The 48 Laws of Power is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.

User reviews about the book

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    By ???______
    ..... Like law 4 . I don't like to talk much .... But I feel as a sensei I must share this information with you all ..... This book will transform you mentally & spiritually , while causing you to evolve into a complete different being . . Your power will increase ten fold ..... There is allot of other abilities this book grants an individual, but I'm forbidden to speak on ...
  • Great Read

    By cbook99
    Great for self help purposes.You will be a different person afterwards.

    By knowleg
    A truly great read not for everyone but one of my favorites.
  • This book is okay, I guess...

    By Mrleep
    While several of the laws can be used today I suppose, I found many of the laws to metaphorically be outdated. Then at the end of every chapter, which was probably 5-10 more pages than it should be, the author spent two paragraphs to 'debunk' the respective law itself - thus making all chapters contradictory at best. Probably won't be re-reading the entire book, but may come back to a couple of the chapters that seemed relevant.
  • Ebook full of errors, unreadable

    By Rogue_Priest
    This book itself is easily a 5-star read. Unfortunately, the iBooks digital version is a mess. What starts as a few confusing typost quickly gives way to bizarre formatting errors. At one point, sentences from two separate parts of a chapter are mixed up on after another, requiring decoding to read. In another place, half a chapter is simply missing and the next chapter begins as if it were over. (Perhaps the over half of that chapter is floating around somewhere else in the book; I’m not far enough along to know it yet.) Even in areas without these egregious mixups, there are frequent typos that make me think the ebook was scanned from a paper copy. Reviews indicate others have noticed these same errors; save your money and get a hard copy instead.
  • this is what’s wrong with society

    By pinksquirrel
    anyone who buys this book is completely lost
  • Amazing

    By Md👊🐯
    One of the best books ever written.
  • 48 laws

    By Say man...
    Great read for the game of life
  • 💯

    By @mek_4real
    If used with good intentions this is an amazing book
  • Great book!

    By Ed.Akop
    I recommend this book to anyone who wants to improve themselves!

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