The Last Punisher is a bold, no-holds-barred first-person account of the Iraq War. With wry humor and moving testimony, Kevin Lacz tells the story of his tour in Iraq with SEAL Team Three, the warrior elite of the navy. This legendary unit, known as The Punishers, included Chris Kyle (American Sniper), Mike Monsoor, Ryan Job, and Marc Lee. These brave men were instrumental in securing the key locations in the pivotal 2006 Battle of Ramadi, told with stunning detail in this book.
Minute by minute, Lacz relays the edge-of-your-seat details of his team's missions in Ramadi, offering a firsthand glimpse into the heated combat, extreme conditions, and harrowing experiences they faced every day. Through it all, Lacz and his teammates formed unbreakable bonds and never lost sight of the cause: protecting America with their fight.
The Last Punisher brings the listener into the life and mind of a SEAL, demonstrating the tough realities of war. At the same time, Lacz shares how these experiences made him a better man and how proud he is of his contributions to one of this country's most difficult military campaigns.
©2016 Kevin Lacz (P)2016 Tantor
"The Last Punisher takes you right onto the battlefield and into the heart of the action. A rare glimpse into the mind of a Navy SEAL - you won't be able to put it down." (Clint Emerson, New York Times best-selling author of 100 Deadly Skills)
I enjoyed the story but the narrator was painful. It was like he was surprised by what word came next and where pauses and emphasis should be placed. As an example "... He was hit by a stray round" was read like "... He was hit by a stray... round". It could have been better but doesn't ruin the story.
The story was great, and for someone who was in Ramadi during the same time frame it was pretty cool to hear about things you lived through from a different perspective!
The narrator on the other hand was decent, except for his mis-pronunciation of military terms, phrases, and acronyms drove me crazy at times. But overall I'd recommend this book!
This is a truly great account of some of the most talented SeALs our country has ever produced. Unfortunately it is a difficult listen as the narrator has a very staccato pace that is brutal to listen to. He can not seem to read one sentence without having to stop and take a break. Save your money and buy the book.
I do not know how I made it through the whole book this guy's voice is just not very appealing I apologize and do not mean to be insulting but I just cannot stand his voice reading the book. the book is great but his voice just kind of annoys me out it almost feels like my wife is yelling at me when I get home from work. he just sounds like he wants to be a total badass. I'm sorry but I could barely barely make it to the book other than that the story is great
I haven't really finished the book, maybe I will throw another review after I finish it.
The story is fine, it is pretty much what I was after. I like the stories of the seals, they do things that I would like to think I could have done if not for a childhood injury.
To me, he sounds like he is reading a High School report. His voice reads in a rhythm that I just have a hard time listening to.
True life accounts of events. Very well written, the "narrator" really took away from the overall story by making it harder to even listen.
Hire a new Narrator
Vet your narrators. They should at least have a 3rd grade reading level.
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