5.0 out of 5 stars
One of the best books ever on this subject, March 7 2004
This is an absolutely fascinating tome. Extremely honest, direct and sometimes self-effacing, Pfarrer speaks very candidly of his time in the elite Navy SEALs. The author doesn't have the bombast and egotism of Richard Marcinko. Rather, there's much more of a human, emotional element to Chuck Pfarrer's writing. He's a person who volunteered for a job -- one of the most dangerous, action-filled and adventurous vocations imaginable. What he presents is part history lesson, part action-adventure, and it makes for an interesting read. The author reveals a lot about the special ops community, but not too much. He's careful not to disclose too much that might get people into trouble. but there's still enough for military afficionados to remain riveted. Any fan of Andy McNab, Tom Clancy or, yes, Richard Marcinko will love "Warrior Soul."