“Sex Clubs, Non-Monogamy, and Game:” The free ebook

The free ebook Sex Clubs, Non-Monogamy, and Game is done and it is available for download as:

* A .mobi file for Kindle readers.
* A .epub file for other readers.
* A PDF, for anyone who wants to print a copy or read in some other manner.

paper version is here, on Amazon: I suspect most of you will read on Kindles, iPads, etc., but an easy paperback option is now available. I have also put up an Amazon ebook download, although I haven’t been able to get Amazon to give me a $0.00 price on the ebook version; Amazon will only offer $0.99, so that may have to remain.

The cover is pretty crappy and I made it in five minutes. If you’re a graphic person and want to make a better one, shoot it over and I’ll replace the cover in future editions. Magnum and others have suggested that I pay a couple hundred bucks to get an online freelancer to do a better cover, and they are probably right, but I’m just not willing to go that far for a free book that I’ve already spent way too much time on.

Please get in touch if you have ideas or responses. I view this book as a potential work in progress. I don’t think I’ve covered every aspect of the field, but I haven’t read any books that are as detailed and thorough as this one. The copy I’m releasing today, on 3 January 2019, can be seen as a refined beta release; if I get good feedback, I will put out another version in response to that feedback.

The book is being released under a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution license. That means anyone can redistribute the book or edit it, provided that your version attributes the original to “The Red Quest.” I have gone back and forth about whether I should make this book free or paid. A free book is more easily available, but most people value a thing at its price: “free” things are usually worth what’s paid for them. I hope Sex Clubs, Non-Monogamy, and Game is the exception to that principle.

There are other free books discussing the floating around, with The Book of Pook being the best-known. I just read it. I hope Sex Clubs, Non-Monogamy, and Game will be passed from player to player, without restriction, and that guys learn to be guys and learn how to live their possible lives. Please email copies of the book to whoever you think may want to read it.

The book is dedicated to Nash and to everyone who has ever taught me about the game. The first version of the book was about 31,000 words, and this version is about 42,000 words, the majority of those words in response to initial reader feedback.

Author: The Red Quest

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4 thoughts on ““Sex Clubs, Non-Monogamy, and Game:” The free ebook”

  1. Congratulations Red Quest on completing this book and putting it out there. This is a unique book – I’m not aware of any other red pilled writer who has covered the topics of sex clubs and that community the way you’ve covered it here. They may not be for everyone, but definitely an advanced form of game.


  2. I just found your blog. I’m going to read your book and give it a review on Amazon. I’m Red Pill and I’ve always thought about what you mention in the book. If we are not going to get married and are just dating someone, why not experiment with that girl. Most women are freaks and non-monogamous especially in their early 20’s and even as they get older. I’m surprised topic does not get talked about more often.


    1. Thanks, dude. I hope you start a blog and report back.

      I think most guys in PUA and Red Pill are worried about accusations of being “beta cucks,” etc. They get off the conventional, female-primary societal narrative and into the Red Pill narrative, which is better than the conventional narrative but has pitfalls of its own. Everyone has a narrative.

      I’m not too worried about impressing strangers on the Internet, so I’m just trying to report what I’ve discovered, what I’ve done, how it works, etc. Most Red Pill guys seem like they stay in the anger phase, or they never develop their game… so they’re like the mirror image of angry, frustrated feminists. A lot of what I’m writing, I’m writing to the top 10% or 20% of guys, the ones who get past the opening stages. So my own audience is limited by the way I think the beginner parts of the game are better covered by other guys (Krauser, Tom Torero, etc.).


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