George’s introduction to Game was a byproduct of loneliness, with him feeling lost and insure and often unwanted. This book covers various ways in which Game and female psychology radically changed and improved his life. ‘It gave me back control of my life’ is how George puts it. Here, he imparts much of the wisdom that he’s learned to you, in the form of twenty upbeat essays and stories – clocking in at a massive 103,000 words (Almost 400 book pages.) As one student said about George ‘With George’s style of Game, the thing I like about him is that he has this endless flow of creative thought that comes to him. It’s like you take any small thing and he can expand on it, in a beautiful way. I’ve seen it. I’ve watched him do it, and I’ve seen that when he presents that, the girls light up. They smile, you know, their eyes open.’ If you pay attention to George’s writing, this book will likely teach you how to do some of that for yourself. That aside, it is also (of course) rife with valuable lessons on Game, female psychology, and life in general.