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The Art of War

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Sun Tzu

Narrated By: Michael Scott

Publisher: Thought Audio

Date: October 2005

Duration: 1 hours 22 minutes


Written in China over two thousand years ago, The Art of War provides the first known attempt to formulate a rational basis for the planning and conduct of military operations.

This complete reading of the classic text by Sun Tzu brings to life the timeless strategic principles of the ancient art of warfare. It soon becomes apparent how this book is still applicable today, and not just for military operations, but to so many other aspects of life. Sun Tzu teaches in a straightforward style how to command an operation of utmost efficiency and effectiveness, and the elements required to win.


  • jason s

    Solid tactics but like others said bad narrator

  • Eli S

    Great book but this narrator is as annoying and tedious as possible.

  • Stormie Choi

    It's was hard to actually concentrate on the content of this book because of the narrator. He sounds like he's doing a bad rendition of a movie trailer for each sentence, it's annoying.

  • Ighodaro Odighizuwa

    I cannot stand the way this guy is reading this book!! And because of that I could not even finish the first chapter.

  • bill Williams

    Great book, highly recommend the art or war to everyone. great book read by Michael Scott

  • Danny Isbell

    great book! I like any book Micheal Scott narrates.

  • Gilbert Sanchez

    A book I read (or listen too) over and over again. As a military officer and a business professional these metaphors work in so many situations. Highly recommended to all LEADERs, no matter capacity.

  • Erika Goss

    Very insightful book. Narrator was too monotone for my liking.

  • vernon lowpasser

    I have read this book several times. I was truly impressed with this presentation and picked up more by listening.

  • Kevin Luminella

    A well crafted & uniquely useful resource indeed! Risk and reward!