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Amoral, cunning, ruthless, and instructive, this piercing work distills three thousand years of the history of power in to forty-eight well explicated laws. As attention—grabbing in its design as it is in its content, this bold volume outlines the laws of power in their unvarnished essence, synthesizing the philosophies of Machiavelli, Sun-tzu, Carl von Clausewitz, and other great thinkers. Some laws teach the need for prudence ("Law 1: Never Outshine the Master"), the virtue of stealth ("Law 3: Conceal Your Intentions"), and many demand the total absence of mercy ("Law 15: Crush Your Enemy Totally"), but like it or not, all have applications in real life. Illustrated through the tactics of Queen Elizabeth I, Henry Kissinger, P. T. Barnum, and other famous figures who have wielded—or been victimized by—power, these laws will fascinate any reader interested in gaining, observing, or defending against ultimate control.

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Janaka Goonasekera
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
These rules of power that will get you alone, broke and turn you in to a loser/wanna-be abuser
Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2018
All ethics, decency, courtesy and fairness falls out of the Golden Rule - "Treat others as you would like to be treated". So the question is what happens when we are all those things, for the best of our ability, but we get treated poorly by a narcissist that abuses our... See more
All ethics, decency, courtesy and fairness falls out of the Golden Rule - "Treat others as you would like to be treated". So the question is what happens when we are all those things, for the best of our ability, but we get treated poorly by a narcissist that abuses our kindness. Do we the embrace the psychology of our abuser and accept that is how the world is and that it was OUR fault for being naive?

These rules are the revenge fantasy of a wounded child archetype. They are highly dysfunctional in any healthy community, relationship, friendships of family. If you practice them, you will end up losing the most valuable of friendships and other relationships that would have helped you out the most in life, and keep you in that hell.

If you want to be able to recognize psychopathic indicators in others, read up some books on modern psychology that addresses that directly. It is not very hard to recognize such people.

I heard this is the most popular book ordered in US prisons. That should tell you something.
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J.S. Bach
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DANGER: read at your own risk
Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2017
there seems to be a lot of love and hate surrounding this book, so if you are curious but unsure, this review should help you decide whether or not to buy the book, and how it will impact you First, to understand the 48 laws of power, you must know two key... See more
there seems to be a lot of love and hate surrounding this book, so if you are curious but unsure, this review should help you decide whether or not to buy the book, and how it will impact you

First, to understand the 48 laws of power, you must know two key ideas
1. you CAN NOT escape the power game. thinking you can "not participate" is as foolish as thinking that you could somehow escape gravity or make the sun stand still. Robert Greene explains why in the intro with some excellent examples
2. the 48 laws of power are neither good nor evil; they are just LAWS. If someone pushed a man off a cliff would you blame gravity for for his demise? This is the mindset you must adopt in order to learn a lot from this book.

Things I Liked
- NEW PARADIGM
after reading the 48 laws, you will never see the world the same way again. once you understand some of these laws you will see many underlying currents and motives you did not see before.
- INCREASES POWER
one of the main reasons to buy the book. you wil become exponentially more powerfull by knowing and understanding these laws
-CRYSTAL CLEAR
every law is clearly outlined with "transgression" of the law, "observance" of the law, keys to power, and a "reversal"
-GREAT STORIES
the 48 laws are packed with mindblowing and sometimes humorous stories of people in history practicing these laws. this is helpful as some of the concepts are quite abstract.

What I didn''t like

-RISKY
an old proverb says " A man who plays with snakes will eventually be bitten". If you begin to use the 48 Laws improperly, you could get yourself in some dangerous situations, lose friends, piss off a lot a people, and destroy relationships
- REQUIRES DISCERNMENT
if you you are looking for a highly concrete book that the says "do xyz and you will accomplish vyx" look elsewhere. the Laws require good judgement and and and prospecting nature to practice and apply
-NOT FOR EVERYONE
If you are aghast at the idea of manipulation and deceit then read with caution.

OVERALL: If you want to have more power or a better understanding of why different situations turn out the the way they do, you should definitely read the 48 laws of power by Robert Greene. If you want to be naive, easily manipulated, weak, you should ignore this book and go watch some netfilx.
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PingJockey
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Great for dealing with the real world
Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2018
This book has controversy, but most of it stems from reviewers that believe all people are good inside and unicorns deliver their vegan low fat cappuccino with cream. Well, most people aren''t kind, and this book prepared me for reality. It doesn''t teach one to be self... See more
This book has controversy, but most of it stems from reviewers that believe all people are good inside and unicorns deliver their vegan low fat cappuccino with cream. Well, most people aren''t kind, and this book prepared me for reality. It doesn''t teach one to be self absorbed or evil or a heretic. It teaches one to stand your ground and to protect yourself from taking unnecessary burden, unfair treatment, and manipulation from corrupt people.
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A Book of Evil
Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2019
This book takes the worst parts of the human mind and drags them down into the abyss. And then thrives there. When you open this book, it''s akin to stepping at the edge of the cavern. You don''t notice how its stalactite-filled ceiling echo the horrors and the gore and the... See more
This book takes the worst parts of the human mind and drags them down into the abyss. And then thrives there. When you open this book, it''s akin to stepping at the edge of the cavern. You don''t notice how its stalactite-filled ceiling echo the horrors and the gore and the piss and the vomit of others that came before. Its passages are full of the bodies of good men and women who were caught by the beasts that live there. You know you should turn back after seeing the first mangled corpse, but you''re enthralled by the journey. It may come off as exciting. "What harm can it do?" you might think. "There''s treasure at the end," you might think.

Then you see the first demon of forty-eight. It doesn''t do anything. It stands, however, at the centre of the first level. It stares at you, its black eyes full of emptyness. You may grow scared. And you''d be right to. Or, like a fool, you will approach this horned burnt skin creature. It stands tall and appears almost as if it were a part of the cavern itself. Its transparent nature, made to lure you into thinking it does not exist, makes it even more dangerous. And when you are well within its reach, it seizes you with its mighty clawed hand and eats you whole. But something strange happens. You don''t die. You fall. And you fall far.

When you finally come to, your body, full of pain, and soreness, and that horrible feeling of nausea explodes inside you. As if a piece of your soul was eaten away. It takes you a while before you realise that you are now deeper into the abyss. There''s less light. But you still hear some of the comforts of nature. The rushing water into the bodies of aqua. The sound of drops from the stalactites. The distant birds chirping. You would think that what you saw was some illusion. That you slipped and fell. Or that some other thing occurred. A bad lunch; a meal that made you ill. If you were smart, you''d turn around and go home. But most people aren''t smart. They keep going.

You hear a fox''s cry suddenly. You can''t believe your ears. A fox? Here? And you follow the sound. When you arrive to where the fox sits, its back to you. You might say, "Oh you poor creature. Are you lost? Do you need any help getting out?" Then it turns. It''s not a fox. It''s not....an animal in the normal sense. The world around you suddenly grows colder and darker. You may take a step back. But the fox, with red eyes, eyes that are bleeding and putrid and full of maggots, follows you. It''s screeching. Loudly. And you cover your ears. But that doesn''t help. And when the fox reaches up to you, it lunges at you. And eats its way into your heart. And you black out. When you awaken, the cavern is different. As if you were moved elsewhere. The walls are growing a faint red. Your chest feels like it''s on fire. And you can''t feel your arm. But it slowly begins to regain its feeling. Then you puke out blackness. It''s not a puke like anything you''ve seen. The human body isn''t made to expel something like this. Something is clearly wrong. That was the second demon. You might panic and run. Or you might not. If you were smart, you''d turn around and go home. But most people aren''t smart. They keep going.

You rub your head, then your arm. You get up to your feet and look around. Things seem hazy. Much darker than before. You''re confused. You don''t know what you saw. You look around. Maybe try and find a way out. Suddenly you see a light at the end. You decide to follow it. And you spot an old man sitting on a small mound. He had a long flowing white beard, a grand white gown with the names of holy people written and he wore a crown. Much rather, he wore seven crowns made of gold, silver and copper, and each crown was full of diamonds of various colours and shapes. His eyes were gentle. And smiled, like a father does to his child. His presence gave off something warm about it.

"Who are you?" You might ask.

"I am the last of all that is good. Turn ye back and never return. Ere thou too shalt be consumed," the mysterious fellow said, in a loud and booming voice. You might think the old man mad, others might think the old man illogical, and finally others might say that he''s ignorant or outdated or that he can''t understand the intricacies of the new world, the modern world. He is a relic of the past, with all those pesky morals and traditions. We can''t have morals or traditions in the future.

If you heed the advice, you may yet be saved. If you don''t, then your soul will slowly be consumed. Until you too are no different than the demons you should rightfully fear. Even if you were not a religious person, it would be obvious to see how unethical this book is. You will become a spawn of evil. And no amount of prayer and church-going will ever be enough. Because you have been done the unforgiveable knowingly.

If you wish to learn how to use power for good, then I would recommend Aquinas''s De Regno, Vincent of Beauvais''s The Education of Noble Children, Cicero''s De Officiis, Seneca''s De Clementia, and the King''s Mirror by anonymous. There are many more on the observation of power and its use in business, but these work. And you don''t need to be underhanded in order to do so. The best businessman is the one who can keep his soul intact, and thinks of the good of others. Not himself.
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Siddhartha
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
BE SCARED!!! STAY AWAY FROM PEOPLE/PERSONALITIES DESCRIBED IN THE BOOK!
Reviewed in the United States on May 20, 2018
WOW! I was asked to purchase this book for a client. Which I did. I wanted to see what my client was reading, so I ordered the for myself. I read the back cover....I was scared for humanity. Basically it is a "how to" manipulate and not take any responsibility... See more
WOW! I was asked to purchase this book for a client. Which I did. I wanted to see what my client was reading, so I ordered the for myself. I read the back cover....I was scared for humanity. Basically it is a "how to" manipulate and not take any responsibility for your own actions. "Don''t outshine the master." WHO is the master? Talks about victims....so that make YOU reading the book, the tormentor?
"Pose as a friend, work as a spy." I get that we should take control and not let people take advantage of us. But this books looks more like a "how to" for wanna be Sociopaths....
They should sell this book with "How to spot a sociopath!"
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megan
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Should be called " 48 Laws of deceit"
Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2019
48 laws of power are 48 ways to manipulate people to your will by any and all means necessary. "Create a cult like following" give your disciples rituals to perform and ask them to make sacrifices in your behalf". "When asking for help, appeal to peoples self... See more
48 laws of power are 48 ways to manipulate people to your will by any and all means necessary. "Create a cult like following" give your disciples rituals to perform and ask them to make sacrifices in your behalf".
"When asking for help, appeal to peoples self interest, never their mercy or gratitude".

Strike the Shepard and the sheep will scatter. Play dumb, lure people in with kindness and use it against then later.

This book will not inspire anything good.
The author gives thanks to others for help in the writing, however this is nothing more than a true representation of Law 3
Conceal your intentions, use people.
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Richard
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Required reading
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2017
Not everything in here is pretty, good, or pleasant. Then again, this is about power, not about being a "good person", whatever that means. I wish I had read this when I was in my teens. It would have prevented me making a lot of naive mistakes as a young... See more
Not everything in here is pretty, good, or pleasant. Then again, this is about power, not about being a "good person", whatever that means.

I wish I had read this when I was in my teens. It would have prevented me making a lot of naive mistakes as a young man.
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EJ Lohbeck
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Great read, from start to finish! Thanks, Robert Greene ;)
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2016
This is a controversial book, mostly because the average person wishes the world were peaceful, friendly, and not full of chaos and drama... Well, unfortunately, wishes don''t make it a reality, and there are people out there who prey on the weak and take... See more
This is a controversial book, mostly because the average person wishes the world were peaceful, friendly, and not full of chaos and drama...

Well, unfortunately, wishes don''t make it a reality, and there are people out there who prey on the weak and take advantage of those who are too trusting. The 48 Laws of Power (by Robert Greene) illuminates many ways that those predatory people can gain power over anyone who is not aware of the manipulation and power games they play. And while it may take some practice, study, and a keen eye for detail, anyone can learn to spot these (often subtle) power struggles and often even turn the tables on the enemy at hand!

Please, if you are considering reading this book but are ''on the fence'' about it because of the people saying negative things about it, just read it! This has become one of my favorite books in a short period of time, and it has given me a new way to perceive the world around me. Robert Greene is a great author, and the way this book is formatted / written makes it educational, entertaining, and compelling, all at the same time. I wouldn''t necessarily recommend it to every single person in the world, because it is not for the faint of heart; but if you''ve ever been taken advantage of, shut out of someone''s life, lost control of a situation, had someone feign authority over you (successfully), had relationship problems, problems in the workplace, etc, you deserve to give this a read-through at LEAST once. Don''t take everything at face-value... and by that I mean don''t decapitate anyone for "transgression" of any of the laws, but definitely think about times you have seen these laws at work, and how a grasp on a relevant law from the book could have changed the outcome of that particular scenario.

.Long story short, this is an amazing book! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! :)
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MJ
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
First depressing, then exciting, but always interesting.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 14, 2018
I have lost my innocence from reading this book and realised that there really are people who are out to get you (paranoia aside). People exist like the people described in this book who will manipulate the situation and use you for their own ends. While this book outright...See more
I have lost my innocence from reading this book and realised that there really are people who are out to get you (paranoia aside). People exist like the people described in this book who will manipulate the situation and use you for their own ends. While this book outright advocates that you do this (because other people are bound to be doing it so why don''t you join them and get them before they get you, which is a highly flawed argument), this is clearly not always the best course of action. However, this book has helped me in ways that I did not expect. I am more aware of what other people are doing, I am actually more concerned with the welfare of others, and I realised that it is important to at least have power over your own life so I am now a much more in control person who is more disciplined. I am also more excited about life somewhat, knowing that you can have fun improving yourself and your position in life and in the world. I am not sure that I will follow each and every rule of the book, but it''s an interesting read and some of the laws are fairly neutral such as being careful about what you say to people, not always showing all of your cards and never appearing or being smarter than those above you, especially in a professional work situation. Laws such as these are good for self-preservation, if nothing else. But if you take everything in this book as gospel, then you may lose your humanity (as other reviewers have said) and/or you may realise that the heights of power are not what you wanted after all. Ultimately, take this book with a barrel of salt and maybe go for the more morally neutral laws, lest you be completely corrupted by the dark side of the world.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 13, 2019
I just bought this book and in the opening pages your told to basically obey your master” referring to work bosses in a modern term. I disagree completely in the context it’s written, you want to dumb down your shine so your master can outshine you. Is one lesson this book...See more
I just bought this book and in the opening pages your told to basically obey your master” referring to work bosses in a modern term. I disagree completely in the context it’s written, you want to dumb down your shine so your master can outshine you. Is one lesson this book includes, if you really are submitting to someone else’s opinion, you lose fullstop, in doing so you give up the one thing you own in this world, that’s yourself. Staying authentic and shining should be the key to life and your “master” should want to see you shine more than them.
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Carlos Neto
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Intriguing
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 26, 2019
I don''t recommend this book to everyone...in my opinion this books is very good for people that were used and kind hearted people...Not everyone will be able to understand the value of this book people might say it''s a immoral book, however it''s very helpful if you are a...See more
I don''t recommend this book to everyone...in my opinion this books is very good for people that were used and kind hearted people...Not everyone will be able to understand the value of this book people might say it''s a immoral book, however it''s very helpful if you are a very altruistic person it will help balance your extremely kind personality...
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The 48 Laws of Power
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 14, 2020
This is a fine book that I thought, at first, I wouldn’t enjoy but did. It is full of wonderful quotations from history and the text is written beautifully by Greene. It is not stuffy and academic, which I thought it might have been. Nor is it one of those briefer,...See more
This is a fine book that I thought, at first, I wouldn’t enjoy but did. It is full of wonderful quotations from history and the text is written beautifully by Greene. It is not stuffy and academic, which I thought it might have been. Nor is it one of those briefer, ‘snappy-type’ books, always ending in a joke with little elaboration. Here the 48 Laws are thoroughly discussed, with lots of interesting stories making the book a real page turner. Of course, it is not difficult to find criticisms of each Law; I found and disagreed with some myself. But I think Greene, on the whole, recognises this and even puts in a ‘Reversal’ section for each of the 48 Laws to show that this can be the case. Besides, you don’t have to take each Law seriously. I certainly didn’t. I thought they were just fun to read, though they did make me think about how self-interested the human race actually is. Even so, I haven’t read a book as good as this since reading Benjamin Hoff’s The Tao of Pooh & the Te of Piglet some years ago, and I shall certainly be looking out for more works by Robert Greene in the future. I hope you find my review helpful.
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The best book out there which teaches you to gain power!
Reviewed in India on March 24, 2019
🔥 What to say about this one! I feel myself so lucky to read this book. This book is a must read for those who wants to gain power. Keep in mind that this book is not a candy! It''s red chilli. This book is rude, bare and BAD it teaches all tactics to gain power and though...See more
🔥 What to say about this one! I feel myself so lucky to read this book. This book is a must read for those who wants to gain power. Keep in mind that this book is not a candy! It''s red chilli. This book is rude, bare and BAD it teaches all tactics to gain power and though they are not pleasant and cute... They are worthy and will get you there! These tactics are extracted from the teachings of great warriors and old texts, so don''t blame author if you feel the concept to be rude. I was waiting for it''s arrival and can say that this is one of those books I love from bottom of my heart Talking about the product, the book is bigger than the usual book size. I like the presentation style. The examples given in red colour and alignment makes it interesting to read The paper quality is okayish But the content is worthy You won''t regret spending for this book!
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