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Steven Pressfield is the author of Gates of Fire, The Legend of Bagger Vance, Killing Rommel and The War of Art. His books are in the curriculum at West Point, Annapolis and the Naval War College, as well as being on the Commandant's Reading List for the Marine Corps. He has an international following for his online series, including 'It's the Tribes, Stupid,' and 'Writing Wednesdays.' He is a graduate of Duke University and lives in Los Angeles.
There are books that stick with one. There are books one returns to again and again. This book is one of those. Read it. Digest it. Read it again. Don't miss out on the lessons.Published 14 days ago by Eric Rice
Didnt like the writing style. Seemed confused and changed perspective.
Couldnt finish it. Or didnt want to.
I found The Profession a difficult and frustrating read. I don't think it's all that well written--it seemed authored to be a political allegory rather than a good novel, as if... Read morePublished 2 months ago by August Ray
Pressfield once again tells a story of warriors doing what warriors do. Whether it's thousands of years ago at Thermopylae or in the near future in the middle east, Steven... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeff C Morphis
I love Pressfield's work. I've read several of his books and they all are infused with the warrior's code. Honor, leadership, selflessness. Read morePublished 6 months ago by A. Glover
OUTSTANDING! A futuristic, realistic look at people who gravitate to power, their paths, foibles and all over a weakening world politic and oil. Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Howard Kehr
Pressfield has written some really good 5 star books such as The Lion's Gate, Gates of Fire and Tides of War but he has also written some really bad books - such as the Last of the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jim C
I don't profess to have any actual military life experience. And I'm sitting in a dance studio lobby writing this, so it's not gonna be very good. That aside, man what a book! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jon Chu
This is a review of the Audio version
I loved the story on many levels.
The narration was exceptional in tone, pronunciation , enthusiasm and pace... Read more