Well, it's a decent enough "story", but it's not all about SEAL Team Any Number...it's about Howard Wasdin...from being whooped on by a (tough?) stepdad to his spiritual "release" as a chiropractor. I'm guessing the book was written as a general auto-biography of Wasdin, interesting as that might be, and when the UBL drama came about, perhaps re-packaged as a (specifically) SEAL Team Six memoir. There's a fair amount of ST6 commentary, but it's more story telling than operational insight. Whatever floats your (inflatable) boat, I suppose.
Reading the other critiques, I don't know if Wasdin is or isn't what he says he was. If you care about that, do some research before buying the book. If you don't care, it's a quick and easy listen...I suppose.
Practically, drivel. Old information, presented in a sanctimonious and patronizing manner. Dawkins recent, public rants enforces my view that he's got a God complex of epic proportion...oh, yes, he doesn't believe in God. Don't waste your money as I did...does Audible have a return policy?
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