Daryush Valizadeh is an American of Iranian descent, and we hope you have been to his blog and to his sister-site Return of Kings. He is one of the preeminent voices of the manosphere.
We highly recommend Game, his latest book. Amazon has taken it offline, but you can easily buy it from Roosh’s own web-store.
We have followed Roosh for a long time. He was an average frustrated chump like many of us in his early years, but took great strides in learning about gender dynamics, society and the skills required to navigate the modern sexual marketplace. He is one of the very few men in manosphere who see getting laid not as the be-all and end-all of life, but as an important skill. He is philosophical, well-read, attuned to the culture wars, and writes well!
We bought Game, the latest book by him, and are very impressed. The prose is light and easy with just enough anecdotes thrown in to make you understand where he is coming from.
Many of the principles, beliefs and affirmations laid out in his book are extremely potent and valuable. This is one of the best investments we can recommend for a man looking to understand the pitfalls of modern dating. You will not be able to get every woman, but through this book, you will upgrade your game and increase the probability of your success with women.
He has been vilified, and has suffered consequences for his outspokenness. Many countries have curtailed his entry, and he is probably a marked man for SJWs and feminists. He is also one of the very few men who have put their name on their writings, fearless of consequences and bad coverage by the left-liberal-media.
We may not agree with everything he says. But he is far more thoughtful than your average PUA coach. In his writings of last few years, he has expressed the world-weariness of a Casanova who has been there, done that, and is wondering whether the deeper meanings that were available to a man of yore – family, children, community – are still available to him. Any woman he approaches for a long-term relationship will instantly know his “notoriety”. He has nowhere to hide, and that is heroic.
We recommend his book to any man who wishes to gain from the experiences of a fellow-traveler in the wasteland of modern hook-up culture. He has traveled far and wide, metaphorically and literally, and his travels and lessons thereof are not only interesting, they are valuable.