Customer Rating: Summary: Interesting insights into Jeet Kune Do Comment: This book was put together from different essays and interviews the author, James Bishop, wrote over the period of several years. Bruce Lee was also a philosoper, or better said: someone who occupied himself with Philosophy. There are many interesting insights to be found in this book about the much neglected philosophical side of Bruce Lee's art of Jeet Kune Do. I found the chapter on Bruce Lee and Gnostic Christianity and the interview with Bruce Lee historian John Litle particularly informative. The list of books Bruce Lee owned is unique.
Some facts are repeated several times. For instance: the author is of Irish ancestry and praises the work of a JKD sifu in bringing Catholics and Protestants together in war torn Ireland. This is something very positive but doesn't have to be repeated throughout the book. Still, this a very worthwhile purchase for any Bruce Lee enthousiast. Walk on!
Customer Rating: Summary: Excellent Book Comment: You must read this one for yourself. Absolutely fascinating and enlightening. You will learn things about Bruce Lee that you never knew and a whole new world of philosophy and ways of thinking will open up for you. Customer Rating: Summary: dynamic becoming Brucelee book Comment: I will say that the dynamic becoming Brucelee book is a good book on BL the Brucelee book called understanding jkd by Jason p Korol is one of the best!books out good price also.