Navy SEALs: The Complete History by Kevin Dockery may not be what customers are expecting. Although it is full of information, much of it comes from first hand accounts, I would estimate that about 70 percent of the book is first person accounts. Although some people may like this, I wasn't looking forward to that type of book, I was expecting a bit more of a narration by Dockery. That's just me. Regardless of this style of writing, it does contain a lot of information but nothing really new. I was also disappointed that there was no mention of Iraq; I didn't realize that the last part of the book was made before OIF started. Just a warning to anyone else who didn't realize it. In conclusion, the book is worth what I paid for it and if you don't mind any of the faults with this book, then spend a couple of dollars on it, it won't ruin your week.