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on 8 June 2016
In case you're expecting a thick tome, or a novel: it's basically a super-thin, super-simple pamphlet guide. That being said, it's riveting. Each "lesson" makes you stop and think, and while I'm not a very philosophical or meditative person, I found myself musing on the various rules of war, and how they apply to my personal and professional life. A bargain buy!
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on 28 February 2018
Good short version of much longer book, easy to read and understand and would then recommend getting the longer version and reading the book as a whole. The book is excellent for this day and age and can be used in every day life as a good strategy vision of today's society.
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on 17 June 2016
This short book contains a lot of wisdom. I read few pages at the time and deeply meditate about the text.
It is not easy to understand what the author means when we want to use the information to a non military war situation in our lives.
However, the advice given is invaluable. Highly recommended for deep thinkers and modern day warriors.
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on 17 October 2015
A superb work on strategy. Most readers will get through this book without realising the strategies within are being used against them right now by their own governments. For those who want to know how the masters put the strategies detailed here into practice try: New World Order: The International Communist Revolution Engineered By The Criminal Elite. Their Strategies And The Counter Strategies.
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on 5 May 2018
Sun Tzu's concise maxims for success in war are more generally applicable to any competitive sphere of life and, being based on an understanding of human nature, which is universal and unchanging,remain relevant today.
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on 27 May 2016
With an interesting introduction discussing Sun Tzu and the events surrounding him when the book was written, followed by the translated text and then again with notes from the author made this an interesting read with lots of fascinating information about the man and the work.
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on 13 December 2017
A MUST READ!!! Brief yet more in a single page than in a hundred in most books! Put simply but not!
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on 7 January 2014
Reading this book, i found it very compelling and an instant page-turner. Ιt is an accumulation of all the wisdom the Eastern philosophy can provide on military matters. Althought it was written centuries go it can provide valuable insight not only on military decisions but also on personal matters and everyday life. I highly recommend it not only to military enthusiasts but also to people who want to understand the logic of decision making.
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on 18 June 2017
It's very interesting the way both the psychological and strategical methodologies are outlined in this book. It really is a good read.
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on 4 March 2017
I am half way through and am finding it well written and so so relevant to now. The supporting text is also helping to explain and put things into perspective
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