Narrator was good.
The book itself was a bit confusing for someone who is not too familiar with military stuff.
He was a bit cocky in tone for my taste, but I suppose you have to be to accomplish such things.
I thought the organization was a bit confusing at times and it all blended together a bit.
Good book overall.
Good book, great story of a life. To be honest I wanted to hear more, but it is not possible to detail a life such as this more than they did. I will definitely refer others. Although I did like the voice of the narrator, I did not like his fake Texas accent. I think it would have sounded better if a real Texas would have narrated.
I finished listening in two days. Work and family obligations suffered as a result. I was hooked in the first few minutes and it did not let me go for the remaining ten hours. In years to come this book will surely rank with other classic American personal narratives of war, from Joseph Plumb Martin's to Eugene Sledge's. I could do without the narrator's slightly hokey attempt at a Texas drawl, but otherwise the audio production is quite good.
Such a powerful story about our heroes. Hearing the narrator get choked up a couple times added a realism to the story. Emotion like that is a rare treat.
Its a fascinating tale that would begin on may 5th, 1989 in Mease Dunedin hospital and from there the legacy grew. I am adult now.
An amazing autobiography by a true American hero. I kind of want to enlist now in the seals now. Must-read.