Dark Psychology 101
- Learn the Secrets of Covert Emotional Manipulation, Dark Persuasion, Undetected Mind Control, Mind Games, Deception, Hypnotism, Brainwashing and Other Tricks of the Trade
- Narrated by: Jim D Johnston
- Length: 3 hrs and 41 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 24-08-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Make Profits Easy LLC
- Whispersync for Voice-ready
In his book entitled Dark Psychology 101, author Michael Pace offers a cutting-edge distillation of some of the most powerful principles in the world of dark psychology. Each chapter explains an aspect of dark psychology in a way which is understandable for a layman with no specialist scientific knowledge. Ideas are illustrated with examples to make the task of understanding dark psychology easier. In addition, the book contains case studies and useful profiles on the types of people who make use of this "black magic" in their everyday lives. You will be also shown how you can apply the principles of dark psychology if you choose to.
Please be warned, this book is not for the faint of heart or the weak of mind. Once you have lifted the curtain on the world of dark psychology, there is no going back. You will have an understanding of human nature that few have ever obtained. With great power comes great responsibility.
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By K. L. Joyes on 02-11-17
Ruined by narrator
An interesting concept and an audio book I was very much looking forward to, but unfortunately the audio performance is truly appalling. Jim D Johnston has a terrible whistle on all 'S's and anything that sounds like an S sound, namely Psychology. This whistle made listening to this audiobook impossible. With no EQ feature on the iPhone app I stood this terrible distracting noise for about two chapters but unfortunately it beat me. Excellent content which is still of interest but please for the love of god do not have a man with a speech impediment reading audio-books...or do but make it clear before hand..the sample section I listened to was fine so there really was no way to know until I'd parted with my cold hard cash...very frustrating😡
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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By Jason Pack on 14-10-16
Waste of time
Repeats itself and doesn't explain much. The writer tells you what people do but do not share how to do anything. Very misleading.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Amazon Customer on 26-06-16
Discount Robert Greene as Read by Some Stiff.
If you are interested in the topics presented in this book, then I strongly recommend that you read the works of Robert Greene instead. Michael Pace repeats himself too much and says too little. The narrator here is a bit emotionless for my taste as well.
18 of 21 people found this review helpful