As I've read a lot of books on leadership, this one was really interesting because of its age. Actually it might look like this book is more about management, but really there are a lot of hints and methods that turns on to leadership. Furthermore, firstly kings had to be leaders to keep the power in their hands.
Moreover, what I liked more about this book, is a deeper look and understanding on how countries are created, what agreements you should make and what you shouldn't do to win. The book revealed many intrigues between kings and their relatives, which led to betrayals and deaths. To conclude everything, I think that the most important thing is not to get the power - it's to keep it for a lifetime and to be remembered as the greatest!
Any thoughts? Please, share.