Fun book Great book if you like governmental intrigue and spec ops stuff.
Michael O'Rourke...and why not? We need more politicians like him.
He's a fine narrator.
Trust your government...only so much.
Lutttrell's story is well written and well narrated. It was both fascinating and moving.
This was an interesting book that details the mission that took out OBL. It is quick paced, lacks political bias and tells the story of our finest operator's doing what they love to do.
This was an outstanding book that tells a memorable story about war and survival against all odds.
I was only "satisfied" with the performance by the reader.
Mr Sklar did a reasonably good job but it was difficult differentiating some of the characters
Leave no man behind
Yes. If they were interested in this subject matter I would certainly recommend it.
I think the author's experiences as a Navy Seal were quite fascinating.
Yes. Good narration.
I'm sure that it would be possible. People are hot on Navy Seals these days.
Never having read the print version it would be hard to say. However, I did enjoy this audio book.
Honestly...a bit predictable. But very enjoyable.
I like Mr Schultz' voice characterization and cadence. I think he does a fine job.
Thor's books are particularly fun to read if you are interested in the manner in which intelligence is gathered (human intelligence, signal interception and analysis.
It ranks somewhere in the middle of the pack. Its a good book...just not a great book.
Yes. His writing style is fun, quick and exciting. However, his books seem to be a bit predictable.
Not in one sitting (I would not want to listen to a book in one sitting). However, I did look forward to listening to it again each time I had to pause it.
I thought Armand Schultz did a fine job of narrating this novel. Some people seem to not like his narration. But I think his cadence and voice characterization was excellent.;
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