This is a pretty cool review of "The Book of Numbers" as it's precisely what I was intending to do with the book. I cannot emphasize this enough, but this book does need to get into the hands of young men, and I would also say divorced men as it's probably the best divorce therapy out there for them to know just how much the odds were stacked against them.
rarely give a book give five stars. But this one is well worth it if
you're in the dating market as a millennial. The book lays out the
argument that women are an incredibly low ROI in terms of time, money,
opportunity costs, and what's even more sinister: lack of quality
options for the average man.
Clarey lays out his case with extraordinary quantitative data sets in his online dating and personal research along with qualitative conclusions based on the data alone, setting his ego aside.
Even the most orthodox traditionalists will shake their head at the damning evidence that dating and relationships are TOTAL waste for men they'd get more out of life by pursuing their greatest self by mastering oneself and passions as a way to live a life of meaning and purpose. Incidentally, Clarey illustrates becoming your best self will in effect bring quality people and quite possibly a 1% woman men sought from the beginning.
*Warning* this book will seriously change your perception of women in 2020's dating market. Read with caution."