Whether you are stuck in traffic, waiting for your connection, cramming for that English test, or just relaxing on your sofa, Traveling Classics provides your most beloved audiobooks at the touch of your finger.
This application contains a full, unabridged AUDIOBOOK of Sun Tzu's The Art of War, read by Moira Fogarty. Written in the 6th century, it is considered the definitive work on military strategies and tactics of its time. Its tenets and insights continue to hold value and have been successfully applied to modern business and management.
The Traveling Classics Reader provides:
- A crisp, sleek interface for navigating the book and controlling playback
- A delightfully clear and engaging narration of the entire book
- The full text of the novel, which scrolls in sync with the narration for easy reference
- Never loose your place; the reader will keep track of where you are in the book so can resume playback at the click of a button.
The recording used in this application is taken from the LibriVox project. This project has volunteers from around the world record their favorite classic books and then release them for the world to enjoy. This recording of The Art Of War was made by Moira Fogarty.
This application contains the full book in one download so that you can listen to the book wherever you are, without the need for an internet connection. Perfect for those long plane trips or commutes on the subway. This does, however, mean that the application is larger than most. So you will have to download it over WiFi or through iTunes on your Mac or PC.
If you enjoy this book, please be sure to check out the full range of Traveling Classics books at www.travelingclassics.com
Really cool book..I like how you can pause it, then resume it later. I wish you had more control over the rewind/fast forward, but that's not a big deal. Anyways, good book. It's cool, because you don't need wifi to listen. Plus, it's an audiobook, and a regular book, since you can read along. The iScroll thing is so cool.
I've thought about getting the book in paperback beore, but this is actually a little better....and cheaper. As the book scrolls there's a female voice reading it (Which seems a bit strange considering who wrote it and the subject matter....But absolutely no problem). Having someone read it as I read it has one other effect....I candigest meaning easier then just reading myself, and that's important in this book because it's all instructional....In case I ever decide to become a Dr. Evil and raise my own army. As for the content of the book. I've heard that you can take the lessons in this book and apply them o other work and/or life situations. I guess I can see that in some areas, but in others in might be a bit of a challenge to figure out how some lessons translate over to other things in life. None the less it is very interesting to me because I am a big fan of Conn Igglude who writes books about Ghengis Khan, and Ceasor that have huge battle scenes. I think it'd be interesting to see how these lessons stack up against some of those battles....
Excellent book !! Keep more coming
I can read and listen along, or just read or listen whenever I feel like. Any more books like this?
This is a audio book for 99 cents! A classic