This book is more than one military battle in the Afghan War. This is the story of a young man's life and his coming of age in a confused and very complicated world with little to guide him or humanity on a clear path.
This is Dakota Meyer's story and other characters are secondary to him.
Good performance at times outstanding.
This book is a work that has great depth and should be savored and discussed with others.
This work continues to piece together questions as to what is involved in the Afghan War.
History not much known.
Entire book was a real spellbinding story
One setting book
If u like history and suspense get this audio book.
I loved every single word which still rings true about the military and life in a wild and crazy universe.
Each character was of great interest to me they are deep, and complicated.
Jay O. Sanders is the best reader that I have ever experienced. The absolute the best, hands down.
The film, which was very good and totally enjoyable is vastly different from the book.
Get this audio book, you will listen to it over and over again.
This is the story of one man's fight to stay alive. He did nothing but tell stories and found himself in the middle of a storm that no person should have to face in an age well past the "Age of Enlightenment."
Most memorable in this work was the history of Salman's struggle with the consequences of writing a novel. The evil forces in the world and how organized religion has no place in the world of free speech was in this work, put on a plate for examination.
The entire book is a history of the attack on free speech in the 20th and 21st century.
The man and those around him faced true hardship but carried and how Salman was so very honest about his behavior in the face of unbelievable attacks.
This a great followup to questions which remain and persist on where we stand as free loving western people against the forces of darkness.
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