5 edition of Teot"s War (Song of Naga Teot, Book 1) found in the catalog.
Teot"s War (Song of Naga Teot, Book 1)
May 1987 by Ace Books .
Written in English
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The action in this book is really well handled, exciting and brisk. This book is the first in a trilogy.
The second book has lept to the top of my reading list. The third book has yet to be completed, but I cannot wait to see where the entire series goes.
In the end, Teot's War, for me, is a classic/5(21). I'm writing this review for the Teot's War entry, but my comments cover both it and Bloodstorm, the second book in the Song of Naga Teot.[return][return]The story is, as the series title suggests, about Naga Teot, a desert-dwelling Upai warrior/harper, who risks life and limb to deliver an urgent warning to Caladrunan, the Liege Lord of 's people have been nearly wiped out by the /5.
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The action in this book is really well handled, exciting and brisk. This book is the first in a trilogy. The second book has lept to the top of my reading list.
The third book has yet to be completed, but I cannot wait to see where the entire series goes. In the end, Teot's War, for me, is a classic/5.
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All that said, this book is a beautiful love story and is also quite funny. It might be weird to Teots War book this but if I recall correctly the book nearly made me cry — seriously. This book may be “about” war, but it is, like most of these books, mostly about people.
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The Civil War may have occurred well over a century ago, but its reverberations are still strongly felt. The novel concerns itself with a number of different "wars". First, there is the obvious literal war of World War I.
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Ten True Tales: Teens at War by Allan Zullo. Theorists of War. All warfare requires thought. Even the most primitive battle demands mental preparation, and it is not possible to control armed forces of any size without preconceived methods of organization and action.
It is difficult, and perhaps unnecessary, to distinguish categorically between this kind of instrumental thinking and military theory more strictly understood, as a. 'The Art of War' is a military strategy book written by the 6th century Chinese author Sun Tzu.
It is a classic and is considered to be one of the greatest books ever written on the subject. The principles explained in this book are applicable in various fields of planning, business tactics or even political campaigning. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Heather Gladney books online.
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The principles taught in this book can also be used in other situations than warfare; this book gives tips on how to outsmart others. This book is an interesting read and will certainly give you a few tips on how to be a better strategist.
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The Art of War, an ancient Chinese text dating from the Spring and Autumn period of the fifth century BC., is a military treatise attributed to the military strategist, Sun Tzu, also called of the thirteen chapters discusses a different aspect of warfare and how it applies to military strategy and tactics.
For nearly 1, years, it was the lead text in an anthology, which in Of those three I know, Teot’s War seems to be the obscure one; both other authors are fairly prolific, while (to my knowledge) Heather Gladney published two books and stopped. I found her website perhaps ten years ago, and in great enthusiasm left her a message saying how very much I enjoyed Teot’s War and its sequel, Bloodstorm.
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The common criticism that traditional just war theory is incoherent, outmoded and in need of radical revision is resisted, and instead, a case is made for an ethics of war. Oriental Printed Books and Manuscripts at the British Museum in London, introduced the English-speaking world to an effective translation of Sun Tzu Bing Fa, literally translated as Sun Tzu on War Methods.
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How has this book influenced you?Book description Ever since the American Revolution, teenagers have risked their lives to serve in every war this country has fought.
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