(PDF DOWNLOAD) [Bravo Two Zero] â Andy McNab

Ense you are being told the story by a gifted "story teller the kind of guy you want to hang out with and listen to his stories because first and "teller the kind of guy you want to hang out with and listen to his stories because first and he tells a good story The narrative moves from dramatic descriptions and character interaction to explication smoothly beautifully If McNab wrote this without editorial help he has a rare kind of genius I am reminded of Joe Simpson s Touching the Void a first time book that has amazing vividness and pacing and then there s Arabian Sands by Thesiger which has similar vividness Regardless of truth or fact or whether you like tales of men doing manly things Brave Two Zero has literary merit in a number of ways lacking in most fiction today Whether this is viewed as autobiography or fictionalized biography it s a great read What do we pick p a

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for anyway Isn t to be entertained Oy Another pint please I can read you like a book and not a very good book Certainly not Bravo Two Zero by Andy McNab Which actually improves with every read Alan PartridgeAs an Alan Partidge devotee I thought it only proper I should read the great man s favourite book It tells the story of an SAS misson during the first Gulf War As an insight into the functioning of a special forces nit it s a Gulf War As an insight into the functioning of a special forces nit it s a read Although heavy on jargon and military slang it s always fast paced and it never gets in the way of the story For me one interesting thing was how the prose style was so different to what I normally read I m La muralla verde used to wooly liberal platitudes andite waffly stuff This was not that McNab s clear cut no nonsense military attitude comes through as it is writteen It was very refreshing a literary pallette cleanser if you willIt s an incr. 15 stone of euipment they patrolled 20km across flat desert to reach their objective Within days their location was compromised After a fierce fire fight they were forced to escape and evade on foot to the Syrian border In the desperate action that followed though stricken by hypothermia and other injuries the patrol 'went ballistic' Four men were captured Three. Edible adventure story told with suprising humour and warmth at times It was a lot better than I expected although The New Competition unlike Alan I don t think I ll be re reading it First of all this review is concerned with the book and the book alone forget the conspiracy bad mouthing and followps which have followed
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the decade since this out Instead I m just focusing on Bravo Two Zero "the book and the book alone Of the various true life war accounts written over the past century it certainly "book and the book *alone Of the various true life war accounts written over the past century *Of the various true life war accounts written over the past century certainly out as a corker chronicling the ill fated 1991 mission from beginning to chaotic ending beginning with the initial planning back at base moving to behind enemy lines combat and ending in the various mission members going their separate ways McNab writes a believable in your face account of what it s like to be at the receiving end of brutal torture and the experience of taking part in a fierce firefight his style alert and friendly drawing you into the tale and refusing to let you go Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution by Francis Wayland and Richard Fuller until the bitter end It certainly is a brutal story at least a third is takenp with prolonged descriptions of torture and other barbarity and death and dehydration abound Other parts are exciting but tragic such as the heroic shoot outs which result in death and destruction I couldn t put the book down It stands as a testament to McNab s skill that he propels you along energetically despite the subject matter with entertainment being the keyword here and it IS entertaining I m sure most readers have dreamed about what it would like to be a soldier well this is your chance to face the savage truth and I guarantee it ll put most off for life or give you a taste for similar non fiction works. Died Only one escaped For the survivors however the worst ordeals were to come Delivered to Baghdad they were tortured with a savagery for which not even their intensive SAS training had prepared them Bravo Two Zero is a breathtaking account of Special Forces soldiering a chronicle of superhuman courage endurance and dark humour in the face of overwhelming odds.

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Bravo Two ZeroI was looking for books covering the politics and pheavals in Middle East This book is biography of a
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operations soldier SAS from The operation Bravo Two Zero was carried out in 1st Gulf war in 1998 I picked thinking its from the 2003 Ira war But glad I did The mission was to survey the scuds cable lines in Ira and the operation was called Bravo Two ZeroWhen reading the risky operation the responsibilities the decisions to be taken on the fly the physical and mental pressure stories of endurance of the soldiers from the patrol one can t stop wondering if man really has the potential to endure so much pain It is definitely extraordinary story of extraordinary people btw there were accusations that McNab exaggerated would be picking Soldier Five by another member from same teamThe book was from a soldier s poin What an exhilarating read different versions of *THE REAL LIFE MISSION NOTWITHSTANDING I AM COMPELLED TO * real life mission notwithstanding I am compelled to this book s narrative sounded as close as one could get to being sincere Only a man from the trenches could narrate so gruesome a story of interrogation and surviving it I was honestly surprised that a highly trained commando could write so well Maybe he had help but "not all that way I am hoping A must read for all action thriller lovers "all that way I am hoping A must read for all action thriller lovers I say that in reverence and deep respect for the soldiers who made such nmatchable sacrifice I enjoyed this book for a number of reasons but one was the way it was written I mean I believe I could actually see the method of writing whether from taped interviews and transcriptions or from careful notes The book was written the way McNab speaks and that voice is what comes through You get the In January 1991 eight members of the SAS regiment embarked Children of the New World upon a top secret mission that was to infiltrate them deep behind enemy lines Under the command of Sergeant Andy McNab they were to sever thenderground communication link between Baghdad and north west Ira and to seek and destroy mobile Scud launchers Their call sign BRAVO TWO ZERO Each man laden with.