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The Complete Guide to Kung Fu Fighting Styles Paperback – June, 1985
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I found the information clear and straight forward with numerous photographs showing the basic principles and movements of several Kung-Fu styles. The author of this book (The late Jane Hallander) has written numerous articles in major martial arts magazines as well as several books to her credit. I found this one to be a good read and I learned much about some of the major Kung-Fu systems in this text.
In conclusion, in spite of some unfavorable comments about this book from other reviewers, I personally recommend this book for anyone who is seeking a very basic overview of numerous Kung-Fu styles without the mystical aspects you might read in other Kung-Fu books.
Rating: 4 Stars. Joseph J. Truncale (Author: Martial Art Myths)