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Andy McNab in generalthe story of one of the greates SAS members (215 words)
by the_pie_master - written on 13/03/01, updated on 13/03/01 (Useful, 176 readings)
This is an excellent book describing the life of Andy MacNab the famous SAS soldier from the Gulf war in Brazo Two Zero. In his book he talks about why he joined the army, describing the rough life he had as a child growing up in Peckham, London. The book focuses allot on andy s personal life as well as his army carear. This I found very use full as he like to state being a soldier is just a job, and by focusing a lot on his personal life he come across like a normal person where is job put stress on his mariage etc. The book also contains lots of details about his career in the army, describing vertualy every tour of duty he did, plus his training for selection. ...
Andy McNab in generalMcNAbb - Immediate Action (336 words)
by sharkman - written on 04/04/01, updated on 04/04/01 (Useful, 317 readings)
Immediate Action is the story of an out of control young delinquent, that comes out of a 3 day spell in a remand hospital before being let of with a caution, now he knew he had to make the choice between a life of petty crime and prison or doing something with his life. He chose the latter and goes off to join the army, more precisely the infantry and the Royal Green Jackets. As soon as he was eighteen he was sent across to Northern Ireland, where he first saw members of the SAS. While serving in Germany he decides that he has had enough of the Infantry and decides he is going to attempt to join the SAS. After putting in a great deal of training he sets of to Stirling Lines for selection. ...
Crisis Four - Andy McNabHigh Octane! (212 words)
by leeroy - written on 27/07/00, updated on 27/07/00 (Very useful, 46 readings)
paced, tightly written, action packed. This is a thriller with a difference - it's written by someone who can talk the talk because he's truly walked the walk. Andy McNab returns with his superb offering, "Crisis Four". The main character in the novel (as in his first novel, "Remote Control") is Nick Stone, an ex-SAS soldier now working as a "K" for British Intelligence deniable ops. He comes into contact with a lady who appears to be his only weakness - he has known her in the past and fell for her - for her steel will and incredible beauty. Stone is sent to hunt down and kill her. However, as always nothing goes according ...