Every so often, you come across a book that completely upends your worldview. After reading it, you might feel angry, sad, happy or whatever, but you won’t see things the same way ever again. Even if the book contains information that you might have already known or suspected to be true, the evidence it lays out can shake you to your very core.
The Key Logger is such a book.
Big Name Blogger Matt Forney Dissects The Key Logger
The story of how I installed a key logger on my computer to spy on all the girls I dated for a few years of my life has been reviewed and dissected by big name blogger Matt Forney. His article offers it’s own value as he adds in his own points all the while making it clear that he understood why such a work must be read by every man that plans on dating a woman.
Some more quotes from the article:
It’s a testament to the importance of what Jack is writing about that The Key Logger remains absolutely gripping despite its issues
Not every statement from the Manosphere veteran was positive, but it was “gripping”throughout.
The premise of The Key Logger is rather unique; it’s about how Jack secretly installed a key logger on his computer so he could spy on his girlfriends’ Facebook and email accounts. The book follows ten separate girls he used the key logger on, covering the range from an innocent “good girl” to a hard-partying Paris Hilton wannabe to a nutty slut looking to cuckold her husband, and all of them behave in the exact same way:
The more cynical in the audience will probably go, “So fucking what? We knew all this already!” No, you didn’t. You know about it in the abstract, through manosphere blog posts and secondhand stories, but few men have been confronted with the average girl’s emotional calculus in such a stark manner. I’ve been confronted with it in the past, and it’s disturbing, near sociopathic how girls can effortlessly justify their emotional promiscuity. Appealing to morality is a waste of time; you might as well be speaking in a foreign language.
The Key Logger was written so that men could see women for how they really are and accept them. You will be there right along with me, feeling the emotions I feel, and learning the things that I learned. I really do believe it is a book that every man should read and take in. Jumping into a relationship with a woman, without knowing what she is capable of can be a very grave error, it is best to know the truth.
To read more from Matt Forney’s article click HERE.