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Monday, June 18, 2012

The Art of War, a review by Benjy

Title: The Art Of War
Author: Sun Tzu, Also with editing by Dallas Galvin, and translated by Lionel GilesFormat: Paper back 
Price: $7.95                 

Plot summary: Because of how it is written, the book has no plot.  It is essentially a guide on how to wage war. The book has also been compared to The Book Of Life, as it is describing how to combat any opponent of any kind. This book is written in a way that it seems to apply to any type of conflict. The book is split up into sections based on the type of actions that need to b preformed as to win the succeed.

Theme: The theme is essentially you need to deceive the enemy.

I rate it 4 out of 5 chocolate bars.
The cover of the book that I have is a a army of soldiers, It looks like a very old painting. I would like it to have a cooler cover.

This book has no inappropriate content, it has slight references to killing, but that's it. 

1 comment:

  1. Penetrating analysis Ben.
    I especially liked "would like it to have a cooler cover."


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