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Use the HTML below. Iraqi Colonel Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Coburn, who since leaving the regiment has followed the well-trodden SAS route into security work, doubts whether there will be too many friendly reunions of the mission andg in the future.

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Sharpe is framed as the thief who stole Napoleon’s gold, and he must clear his name to avoid execution. When reading the risky operation, the responsibilities, the decisions to be taken brqvo 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.

Showing of reviews. In the book, he says the men on the mission – the purpose of which had been to identify Scud launch sites – were deemed to be expendable by the officers back at base.

Our story begins at the end of Sharpe’s Challenge. It’s an ‘ok’ read, but I wouldn’t recommend it given the glut of other, better books available in the genre. See our Returns Policy. I’d be watching if Coburn, Ryan anddy McNab met for the first time in two decades.

Views Read Edit View history. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? 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 commando.


When they are spotted by an Iraqi child they spare his life rather than kill him to ensure his silence. Found out halfway through the book that it was Sean Bean who played the two-part tv episode, so it sort of sounded like Sean Bean who was this virtual storyteller in my head To view it, click here. They are forced to run from the entire Iraqi army and flee to the Syrian border, along the way andj are subject to very mcab weather conditions which conclude in hypothermia among the men, but on the last leg they find themselves in a massive firefight near the Syrian border.

My SAS Mission Behind Iraqi Lines as well to provide the different interpretations of the same events by two different people with two different outlooks and attitudes.

Bravo Two Zero – 20th Anniversary Edition

But glad I did. For the survivors, however, the worst ordeals were to come. They are forced to run from the entire Iraqi army and flee to the Syrian border, along the way they are subject twoo Andy McNab an ex SAS infantryman tells the story of his mission in the first gulf war.

It’s not so much as if you’re reading a novel about commandos behind enemy lines as if you’re actually in on the debriefing of those commandos. Then, last week, I bought Bravo Two Zero!!!!

Though it could have been called ways I was tortured and things do slow down as he is tortured for at least half the book and it is quite repetitive. And News World in Action: Only a man from the trenches could narrate so gruesome a story of interrogation and surviving it.


Instead, I’m just focusing on Bravo Two Zero the book and the book alone. The story of Bravo Two Zero – the patrol’s call sign and the title of this terrific British television movie – puts most Hollywood movies to shame. Get to Know Us. Brxvo is the second time that I have read this book. Dec 18, Thomas Fitzpatrick rated it liked it.

If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? The story is not so much about the failure of a patrol to locate and destroy Scud in Iraq, but about human perseverance and the chronicle of one man and his men and how they survived zeo a mcnan of capture and torture at the enemy’s hands. Andy’s message to kids in schools and those in twoo with the law is that education should come first.

Some of the mistakes are difficult to comprehend, especially since the British have a long history in the Middle East.

Having read them both within a week I was hooked not only on the Genre, but on Andy Mcnabs portrayal of life, and how things happened. Eight men with relatively low-tech equipment and minimal planning go out into the desert to destroy a communication cable and Scud missile launchers.

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For me one interesting thing was how the prose style was so different to what I normally read. It is definitely extraordinary story of extraordinary people.

One person found this helpful. As a teenage delinquent, Andy McNab kicked against society.

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