This contemporary edition of Sun Tzu’s timeless masterpiece has been heavily edited down to its bare essence.
It is just as, if not more, relevant today as it was 2,500 years ago, and is wholly effective on the battlefield, and in the boardroom and bedroom.
In the current geopolitical climate, the deeply hidden powers that be and our military and civilian leaders should take Sun Tzu’s experience and wisdom to heart, and implement these tested tactics and strategies to ensure we do not engage in any further wars, battles or skirmishes.
The wisdom of The Art of War teaches us that war is unnecessary.
Peace is always the goal.
“Dean Garner’s version of The Art of War confirms for us that for the past 2,000 years the fundamental principles of special operations in battle have not only remained true, but they apply equally to today’s boardrooms and bedrooms. When on the hunt or holding ground, success can only be had by the precise application of disguise, deception and diversion, and a genuine appreciation for angles, inches, and seconds. Ranger Garner masterfully shows us how.” —Major Tom Greer, aka Dalton Fury, New York Times bestselling author of Tier One Wild and Kill Bin Laden