The Art of War (Chiron Academic Press - The Original Authoritative Edition) Paperback – December 7, 2015
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Book arrives, and while the text IS Lionel, word for word, the verse structure has been removed. I suppose if you prefer reading it like a novel you'd like this, but it was not want I hoped for. Ixia Press, the publisher of this version, also includes some of Lionel's commentary in [brackets] throughout the book, which is honestly very distracting to me. If I want to reference external material, I will. Don't force it on me in the middle of the actual text.
Sitting in my bookstand, it looks nice, but the text on the spine is notably offcenter. Also, the binding has left the pages drastically wavy. Quality missed the mark on this one.
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I will admit again that from the outside, the cover and gilded paper looks good, but it is just a let down to have it become instantly tacky inside.
If I were buying it again I'd choose a less flashy edition, with better reviews.
Not a one sitting page turner.