The Art of WarHardback
- Publisher: Running Press Miniature Editions
- Format: Hardback | 128 pages
- Dimensions: 76mm x 91mm x 13mm | 23g
- Publication date: 18 July 2003
- Publication City/Country: Philadelphia
- ISBN 10: 0762415983
- ISBN 13: 9780762415984
- Edition statement: Running PR Mini ed.
- Illustrations note: 4 colour artwork
- Sales rank: 2,088
The ancient Chinese general Sun Tzu is universally recognized as the greatest military strategist in history, a master of warfare interpretation. This condensed version of his influential classic imparts the knowledge and skills to overcome every adversary in war, at the office, or in everyday life.
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By Daniel 14 Sep 2013
I can't properly express how disappointed I was to receive this book in the mail today. The picture next to the price is larger than the book itself. That aside, this is NOT Sun Tzu's : The Art of War. It is a very poor brief description of the actual book.
By Nuno Picareta 09 Mar 2011
This book is very small. I was very disappointed when I received this book at my house.
By Magda Fernandez 10 Jan 2011
Despite another reviewer's remark on the size of the book, seriously look at the bibliographic data it states the size for some reason, this book is quite good, true I was not expecting it to be that small given its page count, but it does not go wrong either, can just stuff it in any pocket to refer to if needed or not no matter where I'm at. And here I'm just going in circles.
I believe the best thing one could say about this book is that it changes one's view of things, giving a more tactical output to the world.
By Grant Starec 13 Dec 2010
Buyer Beware. This book is about the size of a credit card. Could not tell you how disappointed I was when I opened the package.