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  • Daniel W Fox
    January 10, 2021
    I have always been a big big fan of the late Bruce Lee. His philosophy on life and the martial arts was amazing. The best martial artist that I have ever heard of. Other good martial artists? Yes, many. But not like Bruce Lee. BE WATER MY FRIEND is very informative and very enlightening. Thank you Shannon for sharing his life through your book.
  • Bruce lee
    December 20, 2020
    The greatest book of all time thank you miss Shannon Lee and thank you master Bruce Lee be water my friend thank you so much
  • Barry D. Gellert
    December 6, 2020
    It's amazing how similar I feel after reading some of the other reviews left by other customers.After being exposed to and learning Karate before I went to Vietnam, I knew I wanted to continue my knowledge of Martial Arts, when and if I made it back home.I was fortunate enough to, make it home, as well as finding the exact same style in the States and studied with my son. Bruce Lee was always a part of what we were doing by virtue of his philosophy towards life,and how he interacted with his fellow humans. My dear Shannon, thank you for writing this book and making your Father's memory even more in the forefront than it already was.The old adage is definitely true, "you can judge the tree, by the fruit it bears".
  • William Joseph Hill
    December 4, 2020
    Being a big fan of Bruce Lee, both his martial arts movies as well as his philosophy and teaching, I was really excited to read this book from his daughter Shannon's perspective. This is more about how to apply Bruce's philosophies to your life rather than a martial arts handbook. So it can apply to anyone, no matter what your involvement and interest in martial arts. It was really great to hear Shannon's words about her father. I have read pretty much every book written about Bruce Lee, and this was a fresh and unique perspective. Even when she was covering stories about her Dad that I was familiar with, she would reveal things that weren't covered in any of the other biographies. I was very touched by how she shared how the loss of her father has affected her life. I learned a few new things about Bruce that I didn't know before. Shannon also takes her father's teachings and gives examples of struggles in her her own life, which is very courageous. I've been a life-long martial artist, and often felt that the lessons I learned in the dojo can apply to my life and professional career. Shannon's writings confirm my theory. Martial artists and non-martial artists alike will find something useful that they can apply in their own lives. I think it's very fitting that this book was published during this current pandemic. As so many of us are struggling with loss and hardship this year, it's good to read something that can elevate your spirits and help you re-focus your energy towards self-actualization.
  • Elia
    December 2, 2020
    I have been a Bruce Lee fan since my toddler years. Aside from martial arts, I have always been in awe of Bruce Lee's wisdom and that is why I bought this book. Thank you Shannon for allowing us to get an inside look at Bruce's philosophy. I will cherish this book forever on my journey that is life. Thank you!
  • Masaki Shimada
    December 1, 2020
    Thank you, Shannon, for writing this book. I have been a fan and follower of your dad since '70th when I started to learn Shorinji Kempo in my hometown in Japan. I was mesmerized by your father's movie,"Enter The Dragon" and went back to see 13 times trying to understand his lightning fast moves (since there were no video, DVD, or internet at that time. Longing for the bigger world, I came to the U.S. to study as a college student in 1977. I struggled a lot with my English and felt inferior to American students. Living in such a different world, I felt more conscious of my own race and heritage. Once Friday night, "Enter The Dragon" was shown on campus. Oh. I felt so energized, inspired, and proud to be an Asian boy. I visited your dad's and Brandon's resting site several times and talking about how your father influenced my life to my two boys. By the way, my younger son's name is Branden, named after your beloved brother, Brandon. Fast forward, I was fortunate enough to be able to meet Sifu Dan Inosanto a few times through my martial arts training workshop in Portland and met your mom, Linda, when I bought an art print of Bruce vs. Kareem. I've read many of your father's books but your interpretation of his philosophy is more current and relatable for much wider audience. I also have an audio version to listen to when I drive or work outside. I hope you consider making multiple language versions including Japanese. Thank you so much.
  • Dragan
    November 18, 2020
    I have over 30 Bruce Lee bboks about JKD arts,philosophy and this one is one of the best ones.True gem.
    November 17, 2020
  • Larry Willman
    October 23, 2020
    The book draws one into the world that was Bruce Lee. I can only tell you as a fan of his since I was around ten he was someone to look up to. It didn't matter to me he was Asian, and I was some skinny white kid living in Iowa, he was my Shifu through television. The charter he played Kato on the show Green Hornet in 1966 was it for me. This wonderful book by his loving daughter is a continuance of that journey.
  • Maynard Kedrowicz
    October 22, 2020
    A great insight into both Bruce and Shannon Lee. Shannon does a amazing job explaining the philosophy of water both to martial arts and personalday to day life. I enjoyed the stories about her father and herself as pertaining to the philosophy. Thank you Shannon for this beginning of learning about being water. If I could give it more than 5 stars I would.
  • JayR
    October 21, 2020
    A must read & Definitely helpful through all aspects of Life.
  • Jeffrey Gallegos
    October 20, 2020
    In 1973 I saw enter the dragon. I was 11 years old. Thank you for 47 years with your father Shannon.
  • Katz Carter
    October 20, 2020
    There’s so much insight to how Bruce lived his everyday life. How free we was. This book has been an inspiration in a time where we all need to be inspired.
  • Fabian O
    October 20, 2020
    I've read many philosophy books in the past few years from authors like Napoleon Hill (Think and Grow Rich), Jim Rohn (Leading an Inspired Life), James Allen (As A Man Thinketh), and dozens of others. This is by far one of my favorite books. It's a shame Kobe Bryant, a great fan of Bruce Lee isn't here to read this, he read and watched everything Bruce Lee. Shannon Lee couldn't have done better by her father in putting his words and hers into an inspiring personal growth book. Shannon perfectly put Bruce Lee's genius into a must read.
  • Ray Miller
    October 20, 2020
    Great book for anyone interested in Bruce Lee, Shannon Lee, philosophy and/or martial arts and beyond. Written incredibly well, elegantly and thoughtfully, it’s an engaging read through and through
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