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
..... 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 for self help purposes.You will be a different person afterwards.
NOT FOR EVERYONE
A truly great read not for everyone but one of my favorites.
This book is okay, I guess...
While several of the laws can be used today I suppose, I found many of the laws to metaphorically be outdated.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
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
anyone who buys this book is completely lost
One of the best books ever written.
By Say man...
Great read for the game of life
If used with good intentions this is an amazing book
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to improve themselves!
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