Being able to listen anywhere, walking, driving, soccer game....
I found it very interesting all the training and secrecy of the Navy Seals...the writer did not give away any real details....but it was understood
The quality of the narration made listening to No Easy Day pleasant and relaxing.
This was my first opportunity to listen to Holter Graham's narration.
The book is excellent - it gives us a good glimpse into life in Special Forces, and the detail and planning that went into the capture of Osama Ben Ladin.
A very good book about the Seal team mission to take out Osama. It goes thru all the preparation necessary that led to those soldiers being involved.
Yes, I would listen to this book again.
The killing of Osama Bin Laden.
No, I have not.
Nothing stood out.
No. I don't read or listen to books more than once
The killing of bin Ladin
None of the above
I thought the Epilog said it all - the sacrifice and unselfishness that these young Americans make every day for our country.
Keep strong America!
No, I got it the first time.
The extent of cynicism about political oversight, its processes and timidity.
Simple, "grounded" voice that I could pretend was the author's.
Yes, in the author's refusal to take personal credit for the raid.
I recommend this to my best friend. He was reading it while waiting in an airport. Two servicemen saw him reading it and gave him a "thumbs up".
We have all hear the basic story, but this gives the real story.
I'm a huge fan of YA (in which I also dabble), Sci-fi, Fantasy, Mystery, Thrillers, Historical fiction with a smattering of nonfiction.
Perhaps detail or cover other Navy Seal missions to get a broader context. The author does this a bit, but it still seems to be very narrow view of experience.
Detail the entire US Military's search for UBM (Osama Bin Laden), and other missions were called off before they got a green light.
Reader could have used more tension in his telling...
I definitely enjoyed this audiobook, but the experience left me wanting...