Not a bad rendition, but someone please proof the work,
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This review is from: The Old Man's Guide to the Virtuous Path: Pocket Edition (Kindle Edition)
It's not a bad version of the TTC, and I think the idea of putting the "Te" section before the "Tao" section is refreshingly different. Sometimes you open a version and get fixated on how they've rendered the 'tao tao not tao' verse. I think Ron Hogan's book is better as a modern take on the TTC, but there's no reason not to have both. Every version has its own flavours and insights.
Some things I wasn't sure about. The reference to "veteran" warrior etc at one point is slightly jarring and I wasn't too sure about the use of 'integrity' for te, though it's a notoriously difficult term to get across.
But someone please proof-read the book. There are typos on almost every page and even some plain mis-spellings ("nobelest"). I know it doesn't make a difference really, but it's odd that in the intro the author says he's been studying taoism for 20 years and yet the book's been allowed to go out in a pretty shoddy way. If I were him, I'd be a little disappointed and I'd give the editors a 'stern look'.