The Art of War (version 2)


Read by Paul Sze

(3.9 stars; 55 reviews)

The Art of War is a Chinese military treatise written during the 6th century BC by Sun Tzu. Composed of 13 chapters, each of which is devoted to one aspect of warfare, it has long been praised as the definitive work on military strategies and tactics of its time. (From Wikipedia.)

(1 hr 53 min)

Chapters

Laying Plans 7:28 Read by Paul Sze
Waging War 6:45 Read by Paul Sze
Attack by Stratagem 7:01 Read by Paul Sze
Tactical Dispositions 5:46 Read by Paul Sze
Energy 7:21 Read by Paul Sze
Weak Points and Strong 10:14 Read by Paul Sze
Maneuvering 9:24 Read by Paul Sze
Variation in Tactics 4:44 Read by Paul Sze
The Army on the March 12:03 Read by Paul Sze
Terrain 10:12 Read by Paul Sze
The Nine Situations 18:34 Read by Paul Sze
The Attack by Fire 5:45 Read by Paul Sze
The Use of Spies 8:23 Read by Paul Sze

Reviews

life is war

(5 stars)

war is conflict conflict is choice choice is thought thought is life

it's okay could be more personal

(2 stars)

A Text on Conflict 0

(2 stars)

This book was difficult to follow as an audio book. The reader did a fine job, but the book is essentially a reference book of bullet points.

To think

(5 stars)

Good reading very easy to understand

(4 stars)

Excellent reading. many of our presidents could have learned from a lesson from this book. Before and after going to war.