Say something about yourself!
great stuff if you like AR 15 with silencers. covert missions, american bad asses, youll love it. spending a sh*t ton of our tax money occupying sh*tty countries using the fear factor not my thing. the special opps worth every penny. Did you every wonder ehy we can not purchase a ghid special in the states? I do every day. a Toyota, mazda ect, 4 wd, 4 cylinder turbo diesel pick up truck. 40 mpg. need a 5 ton 800hp ford f 900, no problem!
Great background story with good emotion flux and very descriptive action stories.
Absolutely. I almost did on a road trip.
I didn't have the print edition.
Wasdin recognized his strengths and weaknesses. I enjoyed how he brought his abusive childhood full circle -- how it made him a better Seal, and how he reconciled with his dad.
The narrator made me feel like he was in the author's head! Great job.
I am retired military, but never had the level of training, risk or responsibility that these SEALS have. This book gave me a tremendous respect for these guys.
Many reviewers seem to think that the book quality declines after Wasdin describes the battle of Mogadishu, but I really enjoyed hearing his struggles and eventual success in reintegrating into the real world. He shares elements of his faith that helped him survive coming home. It was nice to hear the end of the story, and I'm glad things turned out well for him.
One of the more fascinating books I have listened to.
The story is told with the right amount of detail and without the normal vulgarity that comes with these types of genres. This was an amazing story that was not lost in the language.
Made me appreciate the men and women who protect our country even more.
Highly recommend this book
The guy was too perfect. He attempts to leave you with the impression that everything he does is right. There had to be some failures in his story that he omits. Overall though it was a good lesten and the narrator did fine.
The test of indurance needed for the training.
Made you feel like your there.
Pretty high, easy to listen to
More humor than expected, very dry humor.
Narrator was good, story moved quickly. Lots of dry, wry humor.
Yes. Gripping story telling. Good sense of humor in serious situations. Very honest.
Real life navy seal stories and training/battle accounts
No because I already listened to it.
I liked that Howard gave details of his whole life.
I liked the battle scenes. The description of the scenes were great.
Thought the story was cheesy
No part of my dislike was the way the book was read