I would, but I would skip through the first third of the book to get to the actual storry.
Well, none really it is unique outstanding book, that was nearly derailed by poor narration.
Oh yes, guy nearly put me to sleep, little variation between characters, however, he did a better job in this book than Clear and Present danger.
I would imagine I couldn't finish the book, however, the audio book was entertaining enough for me to survive the dry parts and enjoy the good parts.
The entire development of the story, it was great.
I would recommend this book if there was a different narrator. It just killed me how I could zone out through chapters of this book, even through the "exciting" parts of it because the narrator was trained in the art of putting people to sleep. I digress, the story is great, the meat and potatoes of the book is great,
The detail... this is like all of his books are a master work of detail, character development, and overall delivery of the story.
I didn't like his narration at all.. it was so dry, all the characters sounded the same, and couldn't tell when detail stopped and conversation started.
Just hearing the struggles that the operators have to go through day in and day out of deployment, work-up, and deployment again. The best part, while I get a good book out of the deal a portion of the book sales go the families of fallen seals.
Through the majority of the novel it is pretty tame.. its the last few minutes.. that is emotionally... well it will bring a tear to any service member who has served. In the grand scheme of things it was a good book, not the best.. but a great story.
The emotion at the end...
First time listening to him.. he has a spec war type voice.. it was good
Sort of.. I enjoyed the movie (watched it first) the listened.. it goes into more depth, but a one sitter... not really
Good book go SEALs!
Would not know... I didn't read the book, watched the movie and thought i would check out th ebook
Um.. not sure, I usually do not read young "adult" books... i guess I would compare this to any other novel a 17 year old girl would like.. lol
No not really.
Pretty good as far as a quasi-self-help and educational book
I actually love the story about Febreeze, and how they had to change the way they marketed it according to ones habit.
The way he read it made the book pretty interesting.
No not really.
Great read... something you would have to listen to more than once.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.