This second book by Marcus Luttrell is excellent. It covers all the bases of emotion in a well written way that allows you to connect with him in a small way. Military members are a special breed. The book was humbling to day the least. The things that our service members go through for our country is amazing and no words can ever show them the gratitude they deserve.
Kevin T. Collins gives as much justice as possible to this story as possible without being there. This story and men like Marcus gives great pride and put priorities in perspective. Give this story a try and you won't be dissatisfied.
Highly recommend this book as a follow up to lone survivor. This is the type of book once you start you don't wanna stop. Truly shows what selflessness these SEALS stand for. Thank you Marcus for the books and your service!!!
I'm a retired Jai-Alai player who broke his back in 1995. I love listening to military books Navy Seals, Rangers and Recon.
Yes, I could listen to it 3 times and would still enjoy it each time.
Marcuse Lattrell, what he has accomplished over the years with buds, sniper school and all the missions that he participated in. He is a true hero!
Thank fir your service and for sharing your words and your life with us all. Hearing from the spouses was a beautiful touch that hit home and hard.
I would highly recommend this book. It is a great insight into the life and real world of those sacrificing everyday so that we can all enjoy freedoms we often take forgranted.
True tale of American service and honor. Better than lone survivor in so many ways. It goes into the family side of service and how much these men and women give to serve.
God Bless people like Marcus and Morgan. Hooyah
Thank you for sharing these stories Mr. Luttrell. Some parts wee hard to read but I feel that every American should read this book. Thank you for helping the civilian world you and so many others understand what the world of service.
I like the information in this book and it is always good to hear about these activities from the people that were there. Marcus is a hero that sacrificed so much for our country and our freedoms. Thank you, sir.
Only 'adjustment' I would suggest is to have someone else tell the story. I found the narrator to be trying too hard to have a Lutheran accent and at times tried to force emotion.