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.An avid reader most of my life and as a retired sportswriter, writing has been a passion of mine...Now just turning 70, my eyes are that great but I love audiobooks. In the last 7-1/2 years, I’ve read nearly 300 books.
I love books about Special Operations Forces. In all my time listening to great books, I adamantly state that “Never Quit.” an incredibly in depth look at the life of a domestic and military AF Parajumper rates as the greatest story of an incredible band of heroes that has somewhat flown under the radar in relation to Special Operators.
In most humble of opinions, “Never Quit,” the full life story of Alaskan Air Force Parajumper Jimmy Settle is the best audiobook I have ever listened to...To say too much about the book would be a complete unstatement.
To Jimmy Settles and his life long compadres, you folks are the absolute “heroes of heroes” and it was my most esteemed honor to listen to your story...words can’t describe how proud I am to know men and women like you and the job y’all do Jimmy!
My 41-year-old son will be receiving your story in hardback as a cherished Christmas gift.
Thank you and your fellow Parajumpers, domestically and in wars abroad for being incredible.
— Larry Bodin, Port Neches, Tex.
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What did you love best about Never Quit?
The book was well written and it kept my attention throughout. The author allows us civilians to see another side of the special operations world. While most of these books share missions in which the enemy ends up dead, this is about saving lives.
What other book might you compare Never Quit to and why?
I don't think I can compare this book to others in the same category. The main thing this book has in common with others, is the operators ability to literally never quit no matter what. That by itself is impressive.
Which scene was your favorite?
The author and his friend spray painting green frogs everywhere while in jump school. Just imaging the look on everyone's faces (especially the leadership) had me laughing pretty good.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Not sure. It's better it doesn't get made into a movie. Hollywood will just butcher the real story anyways.
Any additional comments?
It would have been nice if there were more missions included in the story.
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