I just listened to Service for the 2nd time. I really like the stories which Marcus highlights and didn't feel that this book was Lone Surviver 2.0. Service is a fantastic book for anyone who enjoys non-fiction military.
Thanks to Marcus for getting this out there. It would be helpful to have someone other than Keven T. Collins narrate in my opinion. I found his southern accent to be forced and sometimes it took me out of the story thinking about it instead of being totally captivated. But hey, I don't have the time to read it myself so I can't complain too much.
loved all of it! Marcus is a great writer who makes you fwel like you are part of the story and you can't help but feel for these heros.
I am proud of these great men and their incredible wives who support them so they can fight for all of us.
I look forward to your next book Marcus and wiah I was 23 again to take a shot at becoming a Seal.
This book over exceeded my expectations and the narrator did a wonderful job. I highly recommend anyone that enjoys story's about outstanding individuals that are also Navy Seals to read this book. GOD Bless our Military.
Yes, this book really finishes explaining the story of Lone Survivor.
Several, but I will narrow to 2. Learning about the effort put toward the rescue of Marcus and the other was the chapter with the wives.
it showed how people can come together to show their support for one another when things get tough.was in the military and was a military wife as well. liked both of Marcus's books. will he writing any more books in the future?🇺🇸 ⚓
I must admit I had tears a few time while listening to the book. Some stories were very touching. The navy seals are definitely amongst the finest men.
I would've liked more details about operation Red Wings.