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The Art of War

By: Sun Tzu
Narrated by: David Heath
Length: 1 hr and 12 mins
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It is not too often one can read or listen to a 2,600-year-old book and know that it still has relevance and importance today. The Art of War has long been considered not only a military classic, but a classic book in general. Sun Tzu’s treatise on various aspects and components of wartime strategy is highly recommended for insight into the Eastern mindset and military planning. It also can apply to business, legal, and educational situations as well.

Public Domain (P)2010 Mission Audio

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  • Nathan
  • 24-05-11

Great Simple, but profound book

Even though it was written a very long time ago the principles still hold true. Every business owner should read this book to get an understanding of how to "fight" in the business world. Easy listening and short.

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  • Gabe
  • 20-10-19

really good

I enjoyed it.

I'm definitely going to listen again and take notes.

I'm glad I finally got around to it.

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  • Dr Strangelove
  • 14-11-12

Great Book with an OK Narrator

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

It covers the topic well and is the vanilla version of this book with no comments from the narrator other than what is written.