To watch Bruce Lee on film is an amazing experience. Those who have read Tao of Jeet Kune Do, however, know that Lee's prose can also be exhilarating. This praiseworthy and enduring bestseller (mainly written over six months when Lee was bedridden with back problems) compiles philisophical aphorisms, explanations on technique, and sketches by the master himself. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Expanded but will be forever incomplete.
Page 224 of the Fifth Printing (2014) is misprinted. Publisher unresponsive.
very informative yet you need to have a background knowledge of JKD to fully understand the commentary given by Bruce LeePublished 8 months ago by Lascelles
This book should be consumed slowly, piece-meal, in tiny increments, with reflection on every point. There is much to contemplate about every sentence in this book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Philip O'Brien
It's the most papery book I ever had. Plus there is some words and drawing in it which is cool. Never gonna give you up...let you down.Published 16 months ago by Paul bongars
The book is what I give a 5 stars. I did however get the book with frayed edges but other than that im pretty happy.Published 17 months ago by Stefan
I'm satisfied I received the book at the date the seller promised in a carefully wrapped package, the book as described by the seller. Read morePublished on March 27 2013 by almansur
Breaks it down nice and simple!! Take it for what it is. Punch when u need to punch and kick when u need to kickPublished on Dec 28 2012 by Angel