RZA sh*t is great. They are called The Wu Tang Manual and the second one is called Tao of the Wu.
The first book (The Wu Tang Manual, 2005) is about him and the group and everything he was influenced by from cinema, to martial arts, to philosophy and just all kinds of sh*t. It mostly focuses on their orgin and their influences. It's a big book with a sh*t load of information/knowledge (common and uncommon), like it's title suggest...it's a manual in many ways.
The second book (Tao of the Wu, 2009) is much smaller, and tells his life story in parables and also hosts alot of knowledge in off-topic chapters. These books are gems. Dude know how to put sh*t together.
That's why I was a hurt when came at the south, bcuz I was literally praising those two books he wrote to homies that lol at n*ggas like Wu Tang Clan and felt like a fool after knowing how he really felt bout the south. That's why I asked you bout P's book in relation to the south. It's hard for me to support east coast n*ggas now so I'll prolly pass on P's book, but his interviews present him as someone that expresses alot of what's on his mind, so I'm sure it's good. But I was hoping he spoke more bout the shady business side of the game aswell as his political views.
I'll check RZA's sh*t out. I fu*ks with RZA. I don't think RZA doesn't like the south. He's an african american so chances are about 99.99% that his family came from the south; probably no further than his grandfather. It's not the south we hate, it's the fact you guys support that bullsh*t just because it's southern. That's our main beef. In NY, if you're wack, we're not fu*king with you. It just seem like down south, they let wack sh*t rock just to say the south is on top.
As for the book, P speaks on a vast amount of subjects. It's not really on no east/west, north/south sh*t. It's his whole life. It's entertaining if you're just looking for industry stories, and if you're a mobb deep fan, it gives you insight on their music and what was going on behind the scenes. Not only that, like I said before, P is like the Forrest Gump of rap. I don't want to spoil the book, but if you get your hands on it you'll see what I'm talking about.