The Art of Seduction, authored by Robert Greene, is a witty book that delves into the human behaviour of seduction and alluring the right people to manipulate, apart from being romantic.
Summary of the Book
Cleopatra and Casanova, Duke Ellington and even J. F. Kennedy have been used as brilliant examples in this book to acquire a new perspective of the art of seduction. Greene asserts that there are nine kinds of seducers and the victims could be classified under eighteen types. The later part of the book details on 24 techniques of seduction and describes how you can make people fall under your enchantment. The book has been sold in millions and has been widely commended for its bold, honest, different and truthful viewpoint. Greene is also working on developing a TV series based on this book.
About Robert Greene
Robert Greene was born in America. He is an author and influential speaker who is renowned for his works on power, seduction and strategy. Most of his books have been international bestsellers, including The 48 Laws of Power, The 33 Strategies of War, The 50th Law and Mastery.
8 Oct, 2013