Mode One: Let the Women Know What You're REALLY Thinking
If a woman is really “wild,” but made every attempt to present herself as a wholesome, prudish, “good girl,” how would you know the difference? “Mode One: Let The Women Know What You'’re REALLY Thinking shows you how. Read it.
I Get It! One Book Surely Worth Reading!
By T.J. "wannabe p.u.a." - March 9, 2006
If you go to to buy this book, thinking it's going to be in the Ross Jeffries, David DeAngelo, Neil Strauss genre, you're going to be disappointed. "Mode One" is not your run-of-the-mill "How To Seduce Twenty Women in Two Weeks" ebook (I only read the ebook version, but will soon purchase the paperback).
As one reviewer here already mentioned, there are no magical pick-up lines in Alan Roger Currie's book, nor are there any NLP mind tricks involved. In the same way DeAngelo markets "Cocky And Funny," Currie more so markets "Self-Assured And Straight-To-The-Point."
Alan Roger Currie has a winner here, in my opinion. #1, he states upfront that his book is not designed to create you into an overnight ladies' man or womanizing stud. He doesn't mislead you in any way. Matter of fact, he actually tells you that if you follow his principles, you will actually get rejected by women -more- than you will if you didn't follow his principles. How is that for... read more
An Instant Classic
By father of two - March 8, 2006
This book should be required reading for all single guys between 18 and 40. Seriously. This book is excellent.
The author, Alan Roger Currie, should change the name though. It should be called "Mode One: Exposing The Pretenders and Hypocrites In Your Life In The First Conversation" That title might be longer than his though.
This is really not so much a "how to attract sexy women" or "how to seduce beautiful women" sort of book. It might be marketed that way, but really this book is about being honest with yourself about what you really want from people, and virtually forcing everyone you come in contact with to do the same thing.
I've already read this book twice, and probably will read it a third time. This book shows you how and why you should stop pretending to be somebody that you're not while at the same time exposing other people (women AND men) who are "pretending" to be one person when they are actually someone else.
If you've ever visited AskMen.com, and specifically the message board section, then you're probably familiar with a poster that goes by the moniker, "ModeOne4Ever" or "Relentless." Well, if you recognize either one of those user names, this is the same guy who authored this new book, "Mode One."
On the positive end, this guy has, or had, a very strong male following on the AskMen boards. He always gave good, solid advice about attracting women, and not playing up to their egos.
As a minor criticism though, I don't if the average guy could totally follow the "Mode One" philosophy of just approaching a strange woman, and letting her know what you're REALLY thinking. It's just way too risky. I'm not suggesting that guys be corny, or supplicate to women, but let's face it: no guy wants to risk turning a woman off by being TOO honest with a woman about what they're REALLY thinking about (sex).
I give Alan credit: Unlike most books on the market... read more
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