Dangerous - Milo Yiannopoulos


By Milo Yiannopoulos

  • Release Date: 2017-07-04
  • Genre: Humor
Score: 4
From 290 Ratings


The liberal media machine did everything they could to keep this book out of your hands. Now, finally, DANGEROUS, the most controversial book of the decade, is tearing down safe spaces everywhere.


  • Drivel

    By Shaybansky
    As in title of review
  • Fantastic

    By Ashley Renee' Smith
    A blunt and fabulously dangerous voice on the injustices of the regressive left in the United States.
  • Great read!

    By @BasedTXN
    It was as expected. Superb, stupendous, amazingly beautiful piece of modern literature from the extentacious mind of the outrageous Milo
  • The most eye opening book in circulation

    By MiloEsophagus
    Pure Genius
  • The red pill

    By german1978
    If you want to take the red pill read this book. If you want the blue pill - don’t read this book and continue in la la land
  • “Comedy” I think not

    By jj-it-isz
    Milo, an anti-left posing as a conservative, certainly one of the best weapons we have to combat the stupidity and bigotry of the left, this book is just the beginning and oh boy what a way to start us off, gotta love and enjoy the outspokenness and certainly a really good read, it will make you laugh and rejoice but also cringe at the left and even some people in your own party, definitely magnificent.
  • Daddy?

    By Awesome game right
  • A must read for the non-snowflakes or someone looking to take the red pill!

    By Big Pete Inc.
    A lot of you have probably seen Milo on TV, YouTube, or in news articles. This book gives you the real Milo. Not the one CNN portrays as a hate mongering homophobic gay.It makes you think, and opens your eyes and mind. You won't get this perspective anywhere else. Definitely not on mainstream media!
  • A true leader of the conservative movement.

    By MikeNIke1995
    Proud to see him when he came to LSU. Huge fan and am looking forward to more of his work

    By Agajs
    I was once a liberal, believed in communism. A friend got the reluctant me to watch a Milo video and before I knew it, I had logical political views that made sense. I have no idea how I ever actually thought communism made sense. Thanks Milo! I'm smart now!