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A stunning and gritty graphic novel integrating the iconic strategy text by Sun Tzu into a sweeping thriller set in the near future when Wall Street is militarized and China is the world's dominant economy.
Kelly Roman served time for a horrific friendly fire incident. Once free, he discovers that his brother died while working for Sun Tzu, the ruthless strategist who runs China's global financial empire.
From the apocalyptic third world of suburban Ohio, Kelly heads into the futuristic Gomorrah that is Manhattan to infiltrate Sun Tzu's organization and find out who murdered his brother—and why. Using the skills and genetic enhancements his Special Forces career provided him, he'll confront both Sun Tzu and his nemesis, a monster of biotechnology known only as The Prince.
Throughout his harrowing adventure, Kelly documents Sun Tzu's ancient wisdom, which guides him through each bloody battle and hairbreadth escape in his quest for vengeance and redempti on.
You will get your money's worth with this graphic novel.
The author/artist use minimum colors, black, white and red, to achieve the high standard of poetic writing and dramatic drawing of a modern story based on a classic.
This does, however, make the book better for older readers who can handle a good amount of violence.
A great blending of graphic novel with historical text. The Art of War by Tzu is beautifully interwoven in the story told throughout this graphic novelPublished 12 months ago by TechGeek
More and more, the graphic novel is receiving the praise and respect it so deserves. From the time when comics were "just for kids" to now, when a timeless manual like Sun... Read morePublished 13 months ago by OpheliasOwn
The authors of this book had a great idea: translate The Art of War into graphic format and into a modern story. Read morePublished 19 months ago by ncsailer
Holy cow , where to begin . It arrived on time , has mind blowing illustrations not for children and is a treaty on tactical aproach to problem solving , mass hypnosis and coersion... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Race
I rarely do book reviews, but this deserves to be known. I have enjoyed every SINGLE page of this novel. The tenets of the "Art of War" by Sun Tzu are beautifully conveyed! Read morePublished 22 months ago by Antoin
You will get your money's worth with this graphic novel. Much thicker than I thought it would be. Storyline is great.Published on April 18, 2013 by Sean
The author/artist use minimum colors, black, white and red,
to achieve the high standard of poetic writing and dramatic drawing
of a modern story based on a classic. Read more