Having been a Special Forces Operator, Dalton Fury blurs the line between fiction and non-fiction. The action never lets you down and the story keeps the heart pumping. Where some similar authors delve too deep into politics, Fury touches upon the complications between the politically correct way to fight a war and the way wars are actually fought, but then gets right back into the action.
After I was done, I felt like I had been reading about Colt, T.J. and the Delta Force team as long as I have Mitch Rapp. I feel like the characters are based upon people I know from my time spent in
Although he doesn't change the voices between characters as well as some of the best narrators, he does a great job relaying the urgency and attitude of the situation. Ari sounds like a
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