One I've had on my TBR for quite some time...
When I purchased this book, from Barnes & Noble, I knew it would be just another pretty book on my shelf. At that time, I was only interested in purchasing as many lovely books as possible, fully prepared to read them all (eventually) before I died. So what made me pick up The Art of War, by Sun Tzu? Someone on Linked In challenged me to read something classical.
I'm not all about war but I do know I believe in being prepared. To me, The Art of War is like chess, where it teaches you to develop a skill I don't necessarily need but appreciate. The book is about honor, knowledge and self-discipline. I found it a tad difficult to read but welcoming.
I will probably reread it but for now, I feel accomplished in that I finally did it. Anybody else like that? Just like I plan on reading How To Boil A Flamingo (And 49 Other Lessons On the Lost Art of Being A Lady) but I won't go out to purchase the ingredients! LOL
If you're looking f Roa very smart read, The Art of War is a good one. Cheers!
The Art of War
Written by Sun Tzu
Published by Sterling Leather-bound
Released August 2013
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