Sun Tzu and the Maiden Army

      Bill W.Y. Cain
Sun Tzu and the Maiden Army

Before Sun Tzu's profound manuscript, the Art of War, became the legendary and renowned work of strategy, tactics, and human relations, he must present it to the king of a powerful state. It proves to be a deadly task. Sun Tzu must duel a great swordsman, and also, wager his life on a challenge issued by the king. Ultimately, the day will end in bloodshed.After much time and toil, Sun Tzu completes his profound manuscript, the Art of War. However, before it is to become the legendary and renowned work of strategy, tactics, and human relations, Sun Tzu must find a powerful patron to recognize its value and utilize it for the betterment of the common people. When Sun Tzu brings his scrolls to the royal palace in the State of Wu, he finds, he must prove his prowess as a warrior by dueling the realm’s greatest swordsman. And on top of that, he must put his life on the line to meet a deadly challenge from the king. Ultimately, the day will end in bloodshed.
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