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The liberal media machine did everything they could to keep this book out of your hands. Now, finally, Dangerous, the most controversial book of the decade, is tearing down safe spaces everywhere.
©2017 Milo Worldwide, LLC (P)2017 Milo Worldwide, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By nicholas on 31-12-17

Sharp/Funny/Loaded

So glad Milo narrated this as well. Book is sharp, funny, uplifting and motivating. Anyone can read this book young or old. He is balanced, collected and loaded with facts and evidence. I intend on listening to it again soon.

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8 of 9 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By F. Docherty on 07-02-18

great book

comes with all the sarcasm and humour you would expect, with some great insights and even a little "how to" section

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5 out of 5 stars
By GIJaneB4 on 30-09-17

Do I Dare to give less than 5 🌟🌟?

I am 50 this year and was Christian Conservative Military Vet/spouse in the 90s, raising young sons. If someone had told me back then that I would be reading & listening to a conservative gay provocateur and having to thank 'gamers' for saving the 'Right Wingers', I am sure my head would have exploded.
Well, thank you, Milo, for waking us up to take our country back. We missed a bullet over HRC, and DJT needs to know,, 'We are not tired of winning yet.'

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29 of 32 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 16-09-17

A crusader for free speech and against...

...politically correct speech. Milo Yiannopoulos is a outrageously profane and flamboyant British provocateur who has brought his marvelous talents to the US, especially to university campuses where the need is probably greatest. This book was originally commissioned by a major publishing house which dumped the project due to pressure from leftist radicals. So Milo self published and will likely find the book more profitable than it would have been had Simon and Schuster published it. The audio book is better than the hardcover and ebook versions because Milo narrates it as only he can.

As a first amendment absolutist I applaud the way Milo has unapologetically taken on the cancer that is politically correct speech. Sure, his methods may be over the top, but they are effective. I do not agree with everything says or believes, but Milo Yiannopoulos is beyond doubt an effective force for freedom of speech.

When the 2016 election is sufficiently far enough into the past that historians can get a balanced view, I suspect their consensus will be that the imposition of politically correct speech by the Marxist left in the university, the media, and Hollywood (the cultural leadership) was a major factor in triggering the US voters to elect Donald Trump.

Dangerous is as profane and outrageous as it is necessary and appropriate.

Hillary Rodham Clinton wrote What Happened for her true believers rather than the general population. Milo Yiannopoulos wrote Dangerous for the general population expecting to please some and shock others.

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