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Publisher's Summary

This timeless text is required listening for any business person or athlete interested in strategy. It includes a soundtrack entitled "The Mysterious Sound of Wind In the Bamboo", a 43-minute collection of Zen-inspired Japanese music by the Matsu Take Ensemble.

©2010 Trout Lake Media (P)2010 Trout Lake Media

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  • Dinae
  • Portland, OR, United States
  • 12-19-11

age-old treatise read well

Obviously it's a bit rough to casually listen to something like this, and I think the narration was done with an awareness of this fact.

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  • D. Wilson
  • 03-23-15

Very very poor.

Would you try another book written by Sun Tzu or narrated by Jim Donaldson?

The audio is rank rotten. Looking for my money back, very poor quality.

What could Sun Tzu have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

A better modern translation.

What didn’t you like about Jim Donaldson’s performance?

A really poor recording.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Art of War?

Redo the entire book.

Any additional comments?

cani have my money back.