After reading this book and other materials like it, the big question is, is it worth the high price tag?
The short answer: no.
Don't get me wrong, the book is worth more than nothing. The section on mindsets is its most unique, but the obvious action plan for changing your mindsets is one you likely already know if you've consumed other materials: approaching, and thus using positive reference experiences to change said mindsets.
Also, outside the section on mindsets, the book isn't as thorough as other materials. For instance, if you want to learn Daygame, the Daygame Blueprint video series is an order of magnitude better than what this book offers.
Even the mindsets section isn't that unique. Some of it is similar to what Mark Manson covers in "Models: Attract Women Through Honesty." Given that the writer's website is called AuthenticPUA, I suppose the overlap should have been obvious.
I suppose this gets back to who you should learn Game from. While a relatively young, tall, good-looking white guy (such as the author) can teach you about Game, it's really no surprise that guys without those qualities - but similar results (such as the creators of Daygame Blueprint) - are better teachers.