I’ve written about this book before as it’s a very informative book on machiavellianism and because I absolutely love it! It’s very informative, very interesting and each chapter is like opening up a new book. Robert Greene is a genius, who has a very kind spirit that knows what’s up in life and, of course, is one of my favorite authors.
I posted about this book again because I really think Netflix should make this into a series and also I would like to read opinions from people who’ve read this book.
When you read this book, it can either leave a bad taste in your mouth or it can enlighten you. To me, this book enlightened me real quick because I am open to reading and learning about the nasty truth in life, instead of trying to block it out. It explains both survival tactics and evil intentions based on real life history no one really knows about. But whatever you get out of this book all depends how you read it and your intentions.
I think this book should be made into a separate series in order to entertain and educate people on the many faces of machiavellianism. However, at the same time, I think it may also help create some bad ideas because many people are machiavellians themselves, without even consciously realizing it. I’m actually surprised this book hasn’t been banned and pulled from the shelves!
So if you’ve read this book, what are your favorite laws and why?