There are several other Navy Seal memoirs out there. This one contained the arrogance of Marcinko, and tread over the same ground most other similar biographies have. The "I'm a christian and a good old boy" crap just came off as fake. Disappointing.
I wish I'd not wasted my time or a credit on this book. The narration was good, but the story was terrible. There was nothing thrilling about this thriller. Do not listen to what the publisher's summary or the critics have to say on this book. It was flat out boring.
I couldn't finish this book, and I wanted to. The narration is terrible. Wasson gets too aggressive way too often, almost yelling at points. The story was intriguing, even though King is ridiculously long winded. But I just couldn't get past the narration.
This guy would sound better narrating lectures or something more academic. I was not pleased with his narration. His delivery of female characters was off-putting. The story is OK. It ends abruptly, for the next book to take up I suppose. I won't be reading it.
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