This reads like an antiquated and ambiguous combat manual. I was expecting more on ancient tactics that might be applicable to current situations. Lots of repetition and contradictions.
Less ambiguity, less contradictions.
No. His slight Boston accent is grating over time. Also the echoes from the room he recorded in are distracting.
Love to read, and Audible has made the two-hour daily commute enjoyable!
So many people and leadership books have quote "The Art of War" that I felt it deserved a read.
Now I can nod sagely when somebody quotes it. As far as what I got for leading others - I did get one gem - The Five Dangerous Faults - Recklessness, Cowardice, hasty Temper, Delicacy of Honor (shame), and Over Solicitude for Men.
Horrible narrator. It was a blessing it only lasted 1 hour, 16 minutes, and only cost about $2.
The content of this book cries out for note-taking, underlining, and pauses for reflection. I wouldn't choose this in audible format again. It's not the fault of the narrator or Sun Tzu, it's just not good material to try to absorb solely by listening.
I was very disappointed with the presentation of the narrator. I have read this book on several occasions, and thought I would learn something new by listening to it. I was nearly sleep within the first 10 minutes of listening to the narrator.
This ... book.... sounds.... like.... it... was.... narrated.... by.... a.... alzheimers.... patient.... It's almost like the narrator was trying to extend the material out and it was very annoying. Almost like how Diane Rehm talks. The content of the book was boring enough as it is. The whole book can be summarized in: Be prepared, do the opposite of what your enemy thinks you are going to do, and don't underestimate your enemy.
I ordered this book because my daughter wanted it. She heard it was a really good book. After about 15min of listening she found it was not at all what she had expected and never finished the book.