No Easy Day
The Autobiography of A Navy SEAL : the Firsthand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama Bin Laden
From Library Staff
The author, who took part as a SEAL in the Abbottobad mission, delivers the events as they happened, and also recounts what it's like to become a SEAL. If you want to know how a SEAL thinks, this is your book.
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Violence: Gives overviews of a couple of deployments, but is more detailed in the Bin Laden mission. Talks about the killing of insurgents.
Coarse Language: Some swearing. Could have been worse since it is dealing with soldiers.
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DirtyHarry55 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over
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Mark Owen is a Navy SEAL. The book focuses on his successful attempt to join SEAL Team Six. He tells about the interactions between the team members and several missions he went on. Also, he paints the picture of how, as time went on, the war on terrorism becaome very political and hamstrung them in many ways. All of this leads to the narration of the mission that resulted in the death of Osama Bin Laden.
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