The Art of War

Written by:
Sun Tzu
Narrated by:
Michael Scott

Unabridged Audiobook

Ratings
Book
1503
Narrator
289
Release Date
October 2005
Duration
1 hour 22 minutes
Summary
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.
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Courtney- W.

Lmao why does the narrator sound like he is growling at the end of every sentence?

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Eli S

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

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Ace o

I think the book is a great read

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jason s

Solid tactics but like others said bad narrator

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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.

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Anonymous

great book , will always be reverent

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Vivek G.

Great Book. There are some complaints regarding the narrator being tedious. Its a free audiibook guys, common. But yes, feedback is a good thing. I would suggest you to listen at 1.5x speed.

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Anonymous

I can’t get past the annoying voice of the narrator.

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Anonymous

I am not going to war right now

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bill Williams

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

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David Jackson

The reader's voice sounds like he is doing a parody of a bad beer commercial for Saturday Night Live --- except without all the comedy. It may be a ground-breaking piece of historical literature, but I couldn't get past the reader's voice. Plus, it belabors the obvious over and over -- attack your opponent's weak spot -- DUH!!!!

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Mustapha I.

A great book to read

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yandari saldivar

It really good i like how he talks not to fast not to slow and i like his voice the book was really good

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reginald mose

great book

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Anonymous

I really enjoy listening

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Anonymous

It’s my favourite.

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Ed Griffin

Loved it

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Anonymous

This was such a good book, I love the wording.

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Anonymous

Michael Scott delivers once again with an excellent reading!

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Hyou K.

great book! i like the narator voice and i enjoy listen it!

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Marcos M.

I like it. Good Read.

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Pj Y

in it's truth I am only beginning to understand what is going on late bloomer but fast learner

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Danny Isbell

great book! I like any book Micheal Scott narrates.

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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.

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vernon lowpasser

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

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Sarah Smith

Very insightful book. It can definitely be aligned with business. Will listen again!

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Rosemary Fulgencio

This is a good book I really recommend you guys reading this book

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Anonymous

I’ve listened to every chapter from a different version of this book, which featured three different narrators and occasionally some soft oriental music, all good, but I just couldn’t last more than 3 minutes of this narrators extremely irritating style; I shall avoid all other titles read by the same.

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Morning N.

in fact it is very clear and good

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Horace W.

it was clear and insighted

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Anonymous

It was pretty interesting

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Anonymous

I like this

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Anonymous

Great advice but somewhat toxic....

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Preet S.

Great read - preet

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Muthu K.

Nice read !!

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Anonymous

You use great great very

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Sharon P.

I like the short version.

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Anonymous

Excellent book, should be read by everyone!

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Anonymous

Wise

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N0s1

This is the hand book for businessmen and how corporate tactics can be formed for take overs using these formulas. That being said it’s fun to read and see where one can formulate tactics to use in everyday life. As we all know it’s tough out there. Feels like you to war sometimes just to make it through the grocery store.

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Mackdell L.

Excellent rendering of an ancient classic.

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Philip A.

Timeless material but just read too fast. The production could have used a Foreword to set the scene and possibly a postlude essay to talk about the influence of the material through centuries. One listen is not sufficient to take in all of this wisdom.

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Anonymous

The smoldering voice ending every sentence is like fingered nails on a chalk board to me. I couldn’t make it but 10 minutes.

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Bradley B.

One of the great books of history, such a shame the narration wouldn't even allow me to finish listening.

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Chris S.

interesting. some parts were unintentionally funny due to the literal descriptions used. "there is a pass that the enemy knows and they would be able to ambush you there, this is called a contemptuous pass". yeah, no kidding Mr. Tzu haha

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Chris Dezell

I feel that I listened to a 90s action movie trailer for over an hour because of the narrator.

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Ray S.

Interesting and educational

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Anonymous

Great book, great narrator.

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Traci Nycole

Quick and easy listen

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Darnell M.

Good book and reading

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Anonymous

Really interesting, it’s really good, most people wouldn’t like it cause it’s mainly about war but it’s really good,e even if you don’t like war books

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Lynk C.

Very good book, recommend.

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Anonymous

just tha best book

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Anonymous

its nice.

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JEROME C.

Read it n wanted to compare listening to it. I think it was a better read.

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Nicholas L.

Excellent for reviewing these valuable stratagem.

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Anonymous

its nice just try it for yourself

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Kainster

I’ve read the book before and the Narrator did a much better job of conveying the intensity of the writers points then my own inner monologue could. All and all really good book for the knowledge

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Ibad F.

not useful

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Anonymous

It was good very very Good Hope to have more like it. The writer and composer of this book Is very high on my list and hop to have more see more about different types of animals.

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Randy M.

I love this book!

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Anonymous

so art Sun Tzu

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Anonymous

I think that the book was amazing. I love getting to know more about art stuff!!

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Anonymous

this is going to be fun

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Anonymous

This book was really relaxing and nice to listen to.

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Abarat H.

It is a good book l encourage to read it

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Anonymous

It seems like the narrator’s style isn’t for everyone, but I enjoy his tone, pace, and style. I have this downloaded and will sometimes listen to this for a few minutes before falling asleep. I’ll probably branch out to other books read by Michael Scott as well, looks like he’s done quite a few other titles I’d enjoy. The content in The Art of War is sometimes difficult for me to understand - I am a visual learner so I’d prefer to listen whole studying maps of different battles through history for examples of the different types of ground and strategies, to help me to really take in all of the information...and at the end of the day I’m often too tired to go find that kind of documentation, so I usually default to wondering what these situations would look like. The clarity of the reading does help with this though. A great listen overall.

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Charles P.

Very interesting.

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Cynthia L.

This is a classic for a reason. So much wisdom in this writing. Will need to listen again,and again.

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Anonymous

It was not a book of interest to me. Selected in ertor

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Anonymous

Narration was forgettable, but the book is a classic.

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Anonymous

Love his voice

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Lopoy

It was good

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Anonymous

Reading was great but volume was too low. Can this be made better?

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Bestmomevery

don't like it as much

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Rhys P.

great title, but read by Artificial Intelligence in poor quality audio.

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Anonymous

Very interesting and thoughtful. I actually found it to be excellent material for drifting off to sleep.

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Lonell G.

good knowledge

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James R.

Complex and insightful, especially considering when it was written. Takes intense concentration to understand meaning. Narration was a little intense.

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Russell M

Well narrated. Classic wisdom.

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Richard M

this can translate into everything in life.

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Aravind C

The narrator sounds like the usual voice from trailers to adventure movies. Really annoying and hard to understand.

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Micky N

cant take the narrator serious....

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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.

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Erika Goss

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

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Kevin Luminella

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

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Unknown Unknown

Very useful and interesting book. One I will revisit multiple times.

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Adrian Davis

annoying reader's voice . Seems he's being over dramatic

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Adam Teckman

The narrator speaks in an over-the-top bad movie trailer voice. Its really annoying. However, it is a great book!

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John Klicka

Man, the narrator just gets on your nerves. Good book though!

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