Sun Tzu (544.B.C. – 496 B.C.) was a Chinese general, military strategist, and philosopher. Named Sun Wu at birth, his notoriety brought the people of China to refer to him by the honorific title “Sun Tzu” meaning Master Sun. Famously credited around the world for writing The Art of War, he is also highly revered in Asia as a legendary historical figure due to his teaching and wisdom.
By Sun Tzu
Read by Mel Foster
An ancient Chinese military handbook containing warfare strategy from the 5th century BC.
"A book that celebrates cunning by arguing that the way to win is by always doing the opposite of what your opponent expects. Sun Tzu gave birth to a long tradition that believed strategic goals could often best be achieved by avoiding the destructive uncertainty of pitched battle." - The Economist
Released December 6, 2016