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Publisher Description

All men are not created equal...

What makes a warrior? In this action-packed book, acclaimed SAS soldier Keith Fennell recounts his development as a soldier and as a man, revealing the challenges he overcame in order to perform at the highest level.

GENRE
Sports & Recreation
RELEASED
2010
1 December
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
288
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Random House Australia
SELLER
Penguin Random House Australia Pty Ltd
SIZE
1.4
MB

Customer Reviews

Spanner God ,

Driven

Keith is, to state the obvious, driven to succeed but in a way that very few are. His self motivation is phenominal, the type that I have rarely seen in my 21 years of service in the Army, a step beyond. I have great admiration for his work ethic and dedication, and also his clarity of thought. He writes a great story, drawing in the reader and engaging the imagination. It was just like being there, with great detail and insight into what he was thinking and feeling.

I highly recommend this book to lovers of military stories and adventure. Many will suggest it is required reading for those who want an edge in passing selection. I say, don't try to replicate another's experiences, write your own story. Everyone will experience the course in their own way and I would say there is not enough here to give anything more than a taste of the reality, albeit one of the best I have read.

Great job Keith and thanks for keeping it real. I look forward to your other book now.

Burraga ,

Further respect for the SAS

I enjoyed this well written book and now have further respect for a SAS soldier. These guys go to hell and back to be a Trooper.

It was also interesting to read about leaving the SAS and finding a new path after the Regiment.

Kiwi wants to go home ,

Highly motivating

Not one to read many books I found that I couldn't put this one down until I was finished. Keith's attention to past details makes you feel like you are with him side by side in each situation. I have been left with the feeling for more detailed accounts.

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