I really enjoyed this book, it's very entertaining, however I ended up detesting Chris Kyle!
He really comes off as a jock Red-neck and confirmed to me why America gets such a bad rep overseas. I find it very frustrating that he could not see the irony in his complete lack of empathy with the Mujahideen. I could not help but draw some huge parallels with a man who sported a Crusaders cross on his forearm and who's priorities were listed "God, Country and then Family" with the Muslim extremist he was gunning down.
Don't get me wrong, I think they were doing a job that had to be done, however I think Chris Kyle and other Americans felt they were fighting a holy war as much the Jihadists!
If like me your view of The SEALS has been tainted by this guy, check out Adam Brown's book, he really does completely renew your faith!
I can not recommend this audio-book enough!
It is an incredibly inspiring gut wrenching tale of one of life's true heroes.
I actually woke up the morning after finishing the book, with a real feeling of bereavement for Adam. I listened to this after finishing Chris Kyles "American Sniper", which left me not thinking very highly of The SEALS and quite frankly it confirmed to me why America gets such a bad rep overseas. However this book completely pulled it around, it's a real 10/10.
So interesting, this man really helped shape a generation! The narration is all fantastic and unlike a lot of rocker autobiographies it doesn't tail off at the end! Must listen!