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Tambu [Paperback]

Robert Asprin


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4.0 out of 5 stars Good book that challenges the notion of Heroes & Villains. 22 Oct 1999
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This book is the story of a reporter's interview with Tambu, the greatest pirate & villain in the Universe. The central theme of the story is a challenge to whole concept of heroes & villains. From the interview you would be forced to conclude that whether someone is a hero or villain is just a matter of your point of view. Tambu explains how he came to be considered the greatest villain in the universe. His explanation is logical & you could believe that give the same situation you might make the same decisions he did. Tambu expounds on this idea when he explains his philosophy that all decisions should be B.A.D. decisions (Best Available Data). Make the best decision you can based on the data available within the time parameters allowed. When reviewing a past decision you should be content that given the same situation, same information, and the same amount of time, you would make the same decision again (No 20/20 hindsight allowed). After reading this book you too will be challenging the notion of Heroes & Villains.
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