The San Francisco Chronicle Reviews the Art of War

Hey everybody, I’ve been keeping an eye open for more Art of War reviews and if you’re looking for something short, sweet, and stellar then David D’Arcy’s review at the San Francisco Chronicle absolutely takes the cake.

“As gestures and grimaces make for ingenious (camera-ready) composition, the novel has the feel of a ballet or an opera, with the added nightmarish specter of cunning Chinese conspirators plotting world domination that sold the alarmism of Fu Manchu potboilers by Sax Rohmer in the 1920s and 1930s. In 2012, sheer overstatement stanches that paranoia.”

This gentleman knows what he’s talking about, but don’t take my word for it, check out Mr. D’Arcy’s review for yourself!

Get the book right meow! 
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