The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck PDF Download

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck PDF Download

By: Mark Manson
Genre: Self-Improvement, Health, Mind & Body
Relase Date: 2016-09-13


5 stars


Excellent book. Really puts reality into perspective.

I loooovveeeee iiitttt!!!!!

Gave me meaning in life and totally made me cry at how real he was. Honestly the best book to read

david bonita

This book is well written if he wrote it drunk and sitting at a bar ( which it may have been). I read a lot that I don’t agree with but I’ve never read a book and literally hated the author at the end. Perhaps a nice children’s book written by a self admitted drunk who spent his youth high and had to spend his 20s learning what he missed. The story where he actually watched his drunk and high best friend walk to his death and the lesson he learned was to “live for now”. How about the lesson should be to help others who are in peril. Selfish. Incredible. Icky human.


I have no idea how this got a book deal. There is nothing to be taken away from the book outside of the concepts in which the author has borrowed himself. Do not waste your time.


My fav book of 2018! Love the raw and uncut package of his delivery of his message in this book. One of my top 5 fav books


I was very excited to read this book because of all the hype I’ve heard about it. But it was tough to finish, I was so bored! It did have some good advice about perception. I would still recommend reading for yourself!

Lamborghini fanatic

A fantastic book that will help you understand what you focus on and what you actually should care about. This book has helped me tremendously in my life and I look forward to applying the principles to every situation going forward.


Witfully written. Comedic. True. Enlightening. Gave me permission to choose what I care about.


I didn’t read the whole book. I stopped in the middle. The book has great key factors about life. But it’s basically telling how to think, or how his thinking is rather. It rants in about the difference between strong and week people, choices and after 1 problem here comes another one. That’s life. I don’t consider this a great self help book.


I enjoyed reading this in the beginning but a little over half way through, I started to feel that it was just a means for the author to complain about his past life decisions. There are a few points within in that I felt were helpful, but I heard a lot of hype about this book and wanted it to be better.


hi, im 17 and i used to be super depressed, self conscious, and angsty. Then i found this book.