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4.0 out of 5 stars
Hide your Daughters, Max is here, Jan. 6 2007
Reckless, silly, and borderline preposterous can only describe Max and his tales. His life is like the horrid curiosity we feel looking at the bodies after a bad accident. Shocking, revolting, but you can't turn away. I was never good as a binge-drinker, and having read the stories, the dude doesn't have much competition. But I'm glad to have this book, as I've have gotten to read about what I missed. Each episode's sorrid details plunge exponentially lower and keeps you on the edge of your seat. Despite the purging and insanity, he still manages to get the girl. I wouldn't recommend readers attempting his style for seducing the girls. Leave that to the pros. For the rest of us, we have PUA message boards, the Game (Neil Strauss), Professional Bachelor (Brett Tate). I see Max has another book coming out next year. Could be his last, I mean a liver can only take so much.