This book was a clear and concise account of the stand up and early history of Delta Force. It was very well written withour glorification or "cheese." I really enjoyed it and would read other books from this author.
I liked the clear picture of the selection and training process for Delta Force.
Although Robertson Dean's narration might have been well suited to the author's attitude, I wished for more inflection.
I enjoyed the intimate details conveyed in such a simple way.
Paul Michael did a wonderful job telling the story of Adam Brown. I can't imagine anyone else doing it better.
This book inspired me. I sometimes lapse in my dedication to the job because I am so far removed from the fight. This book reminded me why I do what I do. My role is a minor one, but I feel that my support to the war fighter is needed. This book reminded me that though I am not in harms way, I support those who are. My fight is easy in comparison.
I loved everything about this book! The setting of feudal Japan provides an excellent backdrop for communicating cultural insights and sex/gender based issues. The story of these ill-fated lovers was extreemly well told by the naration performances of Kevin Gray and Aiko Nakasone. The risk and reward at stake through this relationship is painted perfectly in the setting of feuding warlords in Japan.
Mark Twain's timeless classic provides a sense of adventure and takes me back to my childhood. I'm so glad I chose to listen.
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