Battle Ready ranks in the top 5, but as far as the author and his personal writings, it ranks #1.
It was a great story about the SEALs with a side that allows you to see Mark as a very personable and humble man. Mark lets you in his head so much that I started feeling the emotions he wrote of, if he was nervous, I felt nervous etc.. Well written.
No, but I thought he did an outstanding job. Never missed a beat in my opinion.
Yes, a personal moment Mark had while sitting at his computer and he was told his team had another mission.
I'm a flight nurse and Navy Vet, so I could understand the lingo very easy, being in the field I am, Marks writings made me open up and take a look at some or my own personal issues with my job. He made me feel like I wanted to work with him ( on the medical side, I am no SEAL). To sum it up, it was a real treat to hear such personal details in the life of this man. I felt homered to be allowed to read it.
That's what I do, listen, not read
Denver is classy, upstanding, and his thought process is as deep as his physical toughness.
Made me feel as if I can do more in life.
I didn't realize that this was the same guy that is in Act of Valor, I thought it was neat to be able to put the man with the author. I normally don't elaborate to this level because I am fairly happy and proud of my accomplishments, but listening to Denver makes me want to be more and be better at what ever I'm doing.
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