Never read it
Bravo Two Zero, because it is about a group of men going through the roughest things life can throw at them and making it through.
It was really well read.
I don't want to give part of the book away.
A really great book!
This book was part of a "you've seen the movie, read the book" promotion. It was categorized as non-fiction. Turns out it is an incredible work of fiction. Shame Audible for not properly categorizing this book!
Fantastic story, beautifully read. A tribute to human fortitude, endurance and brotherhood. I will remember this tale for a long time
Say something about yourself!
overwhelmingly amazing story
Slav, because you know him best as the story is told through his eyes.
Mr. Smith. He nails the American accent.
Yes. I tried my best to do so too. My family took a backseat while I walked around the house with my headphones on.
The best book I've listened to by far. The movie is absolute excrement.
-Seventh-day Adventist youth pastor -Masters of divinity -Background in primitive/survival skills and rescue
I found this book to be a really good story, but the further along it got the more unbelievable it became for me. After reading this I looked it up to find that there is a lot of controversy surrounding the believability of the story. For some it adds to the story, for me it took away a bit. Either way, a good story, just not the best history story I've found.
Very entertaining. It kept my interest the entire way. It is very hard to believe the story is true, but then strange things happen. Very good book
Yes because it personalizes a period of history that we hear very little about and is extremely touching.
It shows some of the incredible will power and goodness of some people and the incredible lack of feeling and insensitivity of others.
I was very moved by the group's trek through the Gobi Desert an their determination to continue on no matter what.
No, only because I now know what happens but it was well worth reading it the first time.
The description of the individual characters.
I like how John Lee did the various accents of all the characters