Truly, truth stranger than fiction. The book gives a remarkable insight into the making of a special forces elite. And, having made the grade, the truly maniacal way they commit to the fight. It really was an amazing account of a no-chance battle with a dedicated enemy in overwhelming numbers.
The USA and Texas-centric internal and external dialogue grated, but was understandable. It was also balanced by the respect and honour shown to the Pashtun villagers that secured the lone survivor's rescue.
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