The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Green

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Completely immoral, cold and ruthless, this tremendous and complete book about power offers us the experience of some of the most powerful names in human history through the stories of Machiavelli or Sun Tzu, deconstructing the search for power that is, consciously or unconsciously, part of each and every day.

As the most read book from John Green, this compilation of 48 laws taught through the examples of many ancient civilizations and known personalities explores each one of them, and how to apply them.

This peculiar literary work requires full attention from the reader so that he can filter every insight carefully, in order to turn the knowledge into a defense mechanism rather than a harmful perspective of the reality.

“The 48 Laws of Power” is the ideal book for who seeks to understand a brand new perspective of the daily basis, in which gives respect to human relationships.

Miguel Santos

Miguel is a Management student at NOVA School of Business & Economic and a member of the NOVA Press team. He has a passion for reading and his interests go from music, to Economics, politics and religion. He is also a member of NOVA Students’ Union.

Last modified: 01/10/2017