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The Secrets of Female Sexuality Be the Masterful Lover Women Crave Paperback – Sep 1 2009

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 270 pages
  • Publisher: Lightning Source Inc (Sept. 1 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0692004475
  • ISBN-13: 978-0692004470
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.7 x 21.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 318 g
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #402,769 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bill A. on Nov. 1 2009
Format: Paperback
It's unfortunate David has resorted to using peoples e-mail reponses from his inbox to help him write most of this book. Because I can attest to Davids powerful teachings to ascend me to masterful lover in my own way.

But I feel that he doesn't concentrate enough on writing the facts in his own words. Instead, he uses people's e-mails to make his points far too often. He could have written this in 1/8 of the size.

My own feeling is you can read his book and learn most stuff after wading through all the email stuff, but you need to supplement your learning with other sources from him or on the internet including videos and other references you may have to pay for. For example search for 'deep spot' on youtube.

Overall, David has good knowledge, but I nicked him marks for 'fluffing' up his book and distracting not only himself, but also the reader. I also nicked him because he never comes out and tells you to judge the amount of dirty talk you need with each girl. I know now, it's not always needed that much with every girl.
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Good to read if you know the man you're dating has a copy - so you can know how he's trying to manipulate you. Not content that will create any lasting meaningful relationships or even lasting enjoyable sex. You might get to stroke your ego for a while though. The only book I ever ripped the cover off of and recycled with the garbage so it wouldn't end up in the Goodwill store and create hurt for another woman.
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98 of 105 people found the following review helpful
Disappointment!! Nov. 3 2009
By DutchReader - Published on
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Reading this book was a boring endeavor and a big disappointment all the way to the last page. I have purchased the book based on the reviews in amazon. But after finishing the book I have my doubts about these reviews.

The author spends the first chapter attacking his critics. The following 30 pages are about what "women want". Which basically consist out of repeating the same: "Women want to be ravaged in the bedroom". The rest of the book consist of emails! Just emails! Hundreds of them. The emails are not discussed by the author. They are just there... All emails start with: "David, your are so great. I am glad I bought your products etc.."

The book does not fulfill what it promises. There are no techniques, no methods and the author is constantly promoting his products and his achievements in the bedroom, backed up with tons of boring emails which are all about how great David is.
Reading this book was a big disappointment and a waste of time and money. The author, David, proves that he has no respect for the readers and is only looking for personal approval and making money.
27 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Lots of Hype, Little Substance. Jan. 16 2010
By Zaphod B. - Published on
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I'm confused by the number of 5 star reviews given to this book. I bought this book after reading many recommendations here on amazon and elsewhere on the web and there's no denying what a few of the other reviewers here have stated. It's boring and extremely light on the actual details of how to be a 'masterful lover'. One cannot overstate the fact that the bulk of the book consists of testimonials praising concepts that Shade barely even touches upon.

Then there are chapters written by special guest authors, mostly people who have also written books in the self-help relationship arena. I found these to be of little value as well. Lots of fluff. Nothing actually useful.

There's no 'how to' anywhere in this book. I kept turning pages thinking that surely the tone would settle down and there would eventually be something worthwhile. It remains vague and self-congratulatory throughout though.

Perhaps some of David Shade's other products are more substantive but I'd be hesitant to actually purchase them. If this is to be an introduction to the world of the 'masterful lover', then I'm not impressed.
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Better than expected Oct. 11 2009
By David Silva - Published on
Format: Paperback
I originally bought this book based on an Amazon recommendation without really reading about it. I assumed it was a book on being a pickup artist, but its actually more about what to do AFTER you're already in a sexual relationship. I learned a few things, but more importantly it reinforced some of the same bedroom techniques I've been using for years. For guys who want to take sex to the next level, this is a good book. I deduct a star because the author talks about the author a lot. A lot. But the concepts and techniques are still in there and worth a read.
17 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Mostly an ad for Shade's other work. Little content. Oct. 16 2009
By Chi Guy - Published on
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He is very light on details. He lays out a theory, which is fine, but he never explains how to do all of the things that he says are important (orgasm on command, nipple orgasm, multiple orgasm, vaginal orgasm during intercourse, anal orgasm) All we get as readers are letters from other people saying how much his other techniques found in other books helped them.

Also irksome is the fact that most of the book is letters written by other people. Some input and testimonials from other people is fine, but he goes overboard.

7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
You'll have to pick through the noise to find anything interesting Dec 16 2011
By Michael Cloud - Published on
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More than 80% of this book consists of emails saying how great, wise, insightful... yadda, yadda, yadda the author is. I just don't get it, how can a book consist of emails saying how great the book is? Which came first the book or the emails?

Here's a typical one:
"Hi David

I purchased your book, the Secrets of Female Sexuality. WOW. You know exactly what a woman wants and how it all starts in the mind."

So tell me, if this is a genuine email in response to reading this book, how does it appear in the text of the same book?

Is there another book? Doesn't seem to be, at least not with the same title? Does it refer to the print version? Based on reviews of the print version the answer is no. And if so, gee what a great scam.

Reading it carefully it sounds like he does actually have some insight, but you will have to slog through a lot of junk to find it, and it probably fills out about a 10 page essay, at most.