Most of the books I read would bore the tits off a lot of you guys, such classics as Politics Among Nations or E=MC2: The biography. But while not nerding out, I do on occasion get a chance to delve into more practical material. I thought I’d give you guys a few suggestions on some decent works to improve your life in the year ahead. Straight from the manosphere, here are three books you should check out…
by Roosh V
This book is written for any dude looking to improve their skills picking up chicks during the day. For anyone who’s already into game (or not for that matter), you should definitely check this book out. Roosh spoon feeds readers with diagrams, solid theory, and step-by-step instructions detailing how to pick up in the a whole array of daytime environments, from coffee shops to public transport to the street.
Those of you who read with his blog will be familiar with Roosh’s writing style, but nothing can compare to his published work. Day bang is Roosh at his best. His analogies are often laugh out loud funny, yet he always remains on point and highly coherent. Roosh’s scientific background comes through in his methodology, and it’s serves us well.
While I was already versed in much of theory of the first section, I found lots of really great tips and techniques in this book, from Roosh’s “GALNUC” system to his pet shop opener. This book badly needed to be written and Roosh has done a sterling job. If you like having sex with women, read this book. More info here.
A 21st Century’s Man’s Guide to Life
This book is written for younger men who want to take control of their life. It gets the reader to consider their social conditioning and offers an alternative way of thinking of one’s lifestyle, offering ‘the red pill’ if you will. The author packed up his soulless 9-5 job, got healthy, learned to get good women, packed his bags and fucked off to see the see the world. Nice. Want to know more? Check out his blog here.
It’s well written, accessible, practical and informative. What I like most about it is it’s realism, and Frost’s matter of fact, light- hearted style.
If anything this book tries to do much. It is broken up into five parts: Purpose, Wisdom, Sex, Money, Health. Frost aims to gives you a taste of everything, rather than comprehensive and exhaustive course of any one aspect of lifestyle. I particularly found useful info in the health section. I was somewhat familiar with the red pill thinking in the other chapters, but picked up a few goodies and brushed up in the meantime.
All in all, Freedom Twenty Five does exactly what it says on the tin. I think many young men will find value in this book. For more info click here.
by J J Roberts
The book details the history of human sexual relationships in the time before property or marriage even existed, how we evolved to our modern day Sex 2.0 lifestyle and how and why we created the problems that make modern day sexual relationships so hard.
Far more importantly, it details a way forward to a Sex 3.0 world. A world of mutual understanding between men and women and a return to nature.
Having met the author in person, I can tell you this dude has the best game I’ve ever seen. He knows what he’s talking about.