No Easy Day – Book Review

Yesterday the controversial book “No Easy Day” hit the shelves. I was just as excited to get my hands on a copy as the day I heard that this book was a reality. I will try to keep this review short, so here goes . . .

I was slightly skeptical upon hearing this book would hit shelves that it would actually make it. I was almost certain that the government would push to have it removed. So, when I finally got my hands on a copy I didn’t hesitate. And neither did the author. From page one, you are brought in to the story and left on the edge of your seat when the author takes you back through his career.

Before you know it, you are two-thirds of the way through and find yourself sitting in the briefing room being given enough intel to know that you have been selected to carry out one of the biggest missions that has been handed down from Washington.

The author’s account offers a different view of how things happened during the raid that ultimately ending with the killing of UBL. But, one thing is certain. He gives his account that Bin Laden is in fact dead. If you question that, then read the book. In the end, you will have questions answered. And you will probably be left with some new questions.

What time will tell is if others will come out and finally tell their stories. A gripping, white-knuckle read. I couldn’t put it down. So get out there and grab your own copy or order one by clicking the following link:

No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama Bin Laden

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