Parker, CO | Member Since 2010
The three books in one listen was a good deal. I enjoyed 'The Prince' the most. The fensing book "5 Rings" was direct and to the point and written from the viewpoint of author feeling he is the very best at what he does. The "Art of War" left me wanting more in the sense, so many people had told me it was such a great book, I was thinking I would enjoy it more, but I did not.
No, I listened to this book due to him co authoring with Mark Tufo.
I enjoyed his military background, and opening setting at Ft Lewis area, which is where I was in the military. His book is paced well, and keeps you interested. I liked how he would incorporate news flashes while you were reading the book.
This is not my normal reads. I'm normally reading zombie killer books. I read this due to my enjoying the Bulls, rule the 90's in basketball. It gave me insights to that wonderful summer and all the people behind the and in front of the action.
Listening to the action of the 'Greatest game which no one saw'. The break down of how much Jordon wanted to win and what he did to do it. I knew he was great, but this book put new light on it for me.
Sir Charles doing anything with MJ, golf, under the rim...
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