Greene became famous with his ethically gray “48 Laws of Power”. But his historical tour of what makes one a master in their field is well worth the read and superior to all of his other books, save perhaps “The Art of Seduction”.
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I absolutely agree the Confederacy is the funniest book I’ve ever read. Stylish, quixotic and completely original, it’s no wonder he committed suicide when publishers ignored it.