Mastering the Art of War: Zhuge Liang's and Liu Ji's Commentaries on the Classic by Sun Tzu

Mastering the Art of War: Zhuge Liang's and Liu Ji's Commentaries on the Classic by Sun Tzu

by Liang Zhuge, Thomas Cleary, Liu Ji
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this is a must read i'm 14 and i love the dynasty warriors games and i love history.The greatest stratigest of all was zhang liang.above sima yi and zhou yu.so don't you think this would be the best book to read about stratigy?any way this is a must read book!!!
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Zhuge Liang (styled Kongming) was truly the greatest strategist of the kingdom of Shu. He helped Liu Bei (styled Xuande) to defeat his enemy Cao Cao, who had a million troops, with his few thousand troops. He won a debate with about 8 advisors of Sun Quan, ruler of Wu, and did so much for Shu. This book is indeed wonderful. I recommend it for everyone who enjoys to read about Han China.
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Zhuge Liang was the head strategist of the Shu Kingdom. A military genius, he lead Liu Pei to his end at Wu Zhang plains. Outwitted by the Wei strategist Sima Yi. He died of fatigue later that day. Though enemys Sima Yi declared him the greatest mind ever. If your interested in ancient China, fighting, and strategy, this is a must read!