A very good read, compelling and in depth
very good book but was also very dragged out,
We send our troops in to do the impossible they do then our leaders blow it up Our men were winning the hearts and minds of the people we let them down Book of honor and sacrifice a great read
Great story that should be read, narrator great changing his voice for the different people speaking. I would get lost in the story, also on the road. As I would be play while playing driving.
great story, but was dragged on for the span of time the operation lasted
Great untold story of the impact of a few brave men and the military muscle of America. A little slow moving but a must read if you want to understand what really happened in Afghanistan.
Want to know where all that money goes to and what is being done by our silent service men? Read and learn. Not the fastest paced adventure you'll ever read but it has its moments and a good voice too.
Doug Stanton is the author of the New York Times bestseller In Harm's Way: The Sinking of the USS Indianapolis and the Extraordinary Story of Its Survivors. A former contributing editor at Esquire, Sports Afield, and Outside, Stanton is now a contributing editor at Men's Journal and has written extensively on travel, sport, entertainment, and history, during which time he nearly drowned in Cape Horn waters, survived a mugging by jungle revolutionaries, played basketball with George Clooney, and took an acting lesson from Harrison Ford.
Stanton lives in his hometown of Traverse City, Michigan