Accidentally read this instead of the more famous book "The Game", but since I already started it, I just decided to finish it.
It was interesting just to see the perspective of his writing. I already knew the premise going into the game, so nothing was terribly shocking or surprising.
I actually felt most of his advice was focused on making the person a more social person - that advice can be seen in other universal personality-help guides, I think. Or rather... a lot of it felt like common sense.
The stories were also somewhat interesting, but not terribly.
Two stars because it was okay and I suppose it was worth reading just to see behind someone's eyes. I wouldn't really recommend it to anyone. If you want to read it, you'll realize that and find it yourself. Really.