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The incredible true SAS story. What the film does not seek to do is present McNab and his patrol as trigger-happy killing machines.

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I could go on and on, and keep gushing about how incredibly awe inspiring this man is, but his books do that for me. To take out the scuds. McNab’s clear-cut, no-nonsense, military attitude comes through as it is writteen. This would not happen as proximity to a mass of metal such as a rifle or a steel helmet could affect the reading due to magnetic interference. Related News World in Action: Corgi; 20th Anniversary edition edition 23 May Language: Ryan said Phillips, who was with him and another soldier who also died, lost the will anry press on and that “his heart wasn’t in the operation”.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. But McNab doesn’t come out of this a whiter-than-white superhero. A very good start and it had me gripped but lost interest and became fustrated quite soon after.

Bravo Two Zero

Each man laden with 15 stone of equipment, they patrolled 20km across flat desert to reach their objective. As an Alan Partidge devotee, I thought it only proper I should read the great man’s favourite book. It’s a clunky piece of writing and McNab’s inability to reflect on anything in a more this-is-what-happened-next narrative offe “I can read you like a book, and not a very good book.

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It’s gritty and sad.

Was this review helpful to you? I had no idea nearly half of the book was about the author’s experiences as a POW after his patrol was discovered. Write a customer review.

The insights into how SAS missions are planned are simply amazing and the matter of fact way in which McNab Andy McNab vividly captures the minutiae of what it means to be a special forces fwo. With their luck expecting the compass to fail and see a sign welcoming them to baghadad.

I had expected a lantern-jawed, gimlet-eyed, chisel-featured SAS killer, clad in a balaclava and carrying a submachine gun. This narrative takes us from the period when Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait up until after the war had ended and the prisoners of the patrol code-named Bravo-Two-Zero returned home.

Bravo Two Zero, written and read by Andy McNab

How much objectivity goes into the average war film? Andy McNab describes in this book mcnzb by step every single moment of those days in the desert, his and his team’s feelings, worries and emotions.

Quotes from Bravo Two Zero: The only thing that doesn’t ring true is all the detail about their procdedures. He also has to chaperone two women looking for their missing husband. Liam Scott Book 1 Liam Scott series.

The writing wasn’t perhaps as polished as a professional writer’s, but I thought it added more to the story. But tqo the second day, they are compromised. What Andy and his team endured during their evasion and capture is the stuff of nightmares. Was it really for protection of civilians? OK, some things were down to us – the patrol split, we were tired, we were under pressure – but the wrong radio frequencies, mfnab poor intelligence, all the other things that rolled on from that, that was nothing to do with the patrol, that was to do with people who were supporting the patrol, and those issues have never been identified and explained.


English Choose a language for shopping. They are depicted as McNab saw them: It’s a very humble and emotional message. The patrol was led by the author and included another writer, ‘ Chris Ryan ‘.

It was called Bravo Two Zero. One of these items is dispatched sooner than the other. I found this book to be quite interesting espicially considering it is a non-fiction book, it was quite fast paced and thrilling and it is a true story which makes it even more exciting and thrilling however it makes some of the horrendous scenes even more horrendous and there are indeed various horrendous scenes including horrific torture scenes which are highly graphic detailing extensively the torture that these men are placed through.

Immediate Action, McNab’s autobiography, spent 18 weeks at the top of the bestseller lists following the lifting on an ex-parte injunction granted to the Ministry of Defence in September It is definitely extraordinary story of extraordinary people. Not a book I would normally have gravitated to but I admit, I was curious because anfy year I worked in a bookshop, this was our top seller. McNab and his men dared.

Still a good read, been some detractors over the years and I had hoped there was more response to that here. Their communications equipment failed. Andy McNab does this, and provides an insight not only into what happened, but also what he was thinking and feeling at the time.

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It’s an ‘ok’ read, but I wouldn’t recommend it given t While an interesting story, Bravo Two Zero gets dragged down under its own weight.