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SEAL Team Six: The Novel: #1 in ongoing hit series by [Dixon, Chuck]
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SEAL Team Six: No More Book #5 and Book #6 Bundle!

SEAL Team Six: No More Book #6

SEAL Team Six: No More Book #5

SEAL Team Six: No More Holiday Bundle 10 Book Set!

They are highly trained. Their missions are classified. They are our best and last hope. Yet they do not exist. Follow SEAL Team Six as they train, hunt and fight an enemy who reaches out from the most remote corners of the world to murder and maim. These highly-trained, military men are the unknown heroes who endure unimaginable hardship and murderous combat to protect our homeland.

In SEAL Team Six: The Novel, a mass shooting at a California big box store begins a new round of murder from an unknown source. America is suffering a virus of homegrown terror as one-man cells are inspired by a new kind of terrorist who speaks to them through websites, tweets and emails. These lone wolves get their orders and directions on how to carry them out from a man known only as Young El. His identity and face aren't known. Counter-intelligence agencies in the West have only the voice on his podcasts to identify him. The super-secret group often know as SEAL Team Six is the point of the spear to find, and eliminate, this new source of murder and suffering. Their hunt takes them from their base in the USA to a deadly labyrinth in the Phillipines and, finally, a terror stronghold deep in the jungles of Borneo. You'll train with these men, fight alongside them and share their danger and losses. America's gunfighters take the battle to the home turf of terror no matter where on the planet it hides.

“This is straight up, unapologetic military action set against the fast-changing background of the war on terror,” says New York Times Bestselling writer Chuck Dixon. “There's no mercy and no rules as the world's toughest warriors face the world's most murderous outlaws. If you're tired of heroes who pull their punches and question their own motives and missions this one's for you. These are true American super-heroes fighting in the worst places in the world to ensure our safety.”

"Chuck is a damn good writer who is really good at hooking you, giving you fun characters, and telling you one hell of an adventure story."
-- Larry Correia, Monster Hunters International, the Grimoir Chronicles

"An intelligent and well thought-out high action time travel story."
-- Noah Mullette-Gillman, Luminous and Ominous

"Dixon excels at putting down action, of introducing larger-than-life heroes, kicking them through the door into a big mess, and having them sort out a situation in a flurry of martial arts moves and big guns."
-- Mel Odom, The Rover series.


New York Times Best-Selling Author Chuck Dixon is considered one of the most prolific writers in the history of the comics medium, is perhaps best known for his decade-long run on multiple Batman titles. He is the co-author of the best-selling Robert Jordan New Spring and Wheel of Time Graphic Novels. He is the co-creator of the Batman villain Bane and currently writes GI Joe.

Prologue from Dynamite's New eBook: SEAL TEAM SIX NO MORE: REKINDLED FLAME:

Darkness surrounded Flame as he crouched with the front of his left shoulder just touching a wall of some kind, the familiar shape of an M4 cradled in his arms. Where the hell am I? he asked himself. What am I supposed to do?

He shook his head—felt a familiar weight on it. Night vision! He fumbled for the boxy system, and pulled it down in front of his eyes. Now where’s that switch…?

Something clicked under his questing fingers and everything changed. I’m in a big room of some kind. Flame studied the green-tinged one-dimensional reality that spread around him. Boxes and crates everywhere. He tapped the huge crate he’d thought was a wall.

About the Author

New York Times Best-Selling Author Chuck Dixon is considered one of the most prolific writers in the history of the comics medium and is perhaps best known for his decade-long run on multiple Batman titles. He is the co-author of the best-selling Robert Jordan New Spring and Wheel of Time Graphic Novels. He is the co-creator of the Batman villain Bane and currently writes GI Joe.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 874 KB
  • Print Length: 258 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1606902512
  • Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment; 1 edition (Dec 5 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading the remainder of Mr Dixon's series about the magnificent SEALs in action.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1374600) out of 5 stars Excellent First Novel! Sept. 10 2011
By Kevin Findley - Published on
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Anyone who has previously read Mr. Dixon's short stories (Domino Lady, The Spider) or graphic novels (The Punisher, Savage Sword of Conan) will enjoy this full size, tail kicking, bad guy killing event. If this is your first time; find a comfortable chair, pour a stiff drink and prepare for an awesome experience. If you enjoy Monster Hunters International, Steve McQueen movies and automatic weapons fire then this is definitely for you.

Buy it! You won't regret it.
35 of 41 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1374654) out of 5 stars A Disappointing Read July 31 2012
By Chief Spooky - Published on
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Don't waste your money if you seek authenticity...

I spent a career in the Navy. This book lacks authenticity and is unbelievable on many fronts. The author did not do his due diligence in researching basic Navy life, Navy rank/rate structure, let alone basic geography.

At one point he has a primary character leaving Virginia Beach, VA and travelling "over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge to Delaware." While that might be believable from Washington DC or Baltimore, it is not feasible from Virginia Beach in the time profile given. More believable would be going from VA Beach to Maryland's eastern shore via the Chesapeake Tunnel/Bridge.

There is a supposed "best friend" relationship between two main characters - an E-6 and an E-8 who were on the same career trajectory as AO's (on the USS Lexington, no less, a ship decommissioned in 1991, ~20 yrs before the timeline of this book) and best friends before helping each other coast through BUD/S, subsequently joining the Teams. Not likely. BUD/S isn't a buddy system, not in that sense.

Next problem - these same two characters go directly from SQT to Seal Team SIX. I don't care how senior your rate/rank is, you don't go directly from BUD/S to VI. Doesn't happen.

He calls an E-3 a Seaman Apprentice (inaccurate, E-3 is a Seaman, E-2 is a Seaman Apprentice).

He refers to "ratings" in a context to infer seniority. In the Navy rate refers to an enlisted sailor's pay grade (E1 through E9). Rating refers to their job designation, or occupation. For instance, an E-5 (Petty Officer 2nd Class) who is qualified as a Gunner's Mate (GM) rating, would be a referred to as a GM2. GM is his rating, nothing to do with his rate or seniority. A rating badge, however, depicts both rate and rating together. BTW, the term rank in the Navy is only used when referring to officers.

He has a civillian CIA analyst aboard the USS Carl Vinson eating on the enlisted mess decks. Wouldn't happen. The civillian would eat in the officer's mess, or ward room - unless he was previously a Chief Petty Officer, in which case he might be invited to dine in the Chief's Mess, or "Goat Locker."

Additionally, there are many spelling and grammatical errors throughout the book.

I am at the half-way point and will continue reading it, but only in the way one might be pulled in stare at a train wreck. Thankfully I got the e-book version during a special promo and all it is costing me is my time.

All that being said, I do think the storyline is timely and sends a powerful message: That, as a nation, we need to WAKE UP and be aware of the dangers we face at home on a daily basis; and that we should all be thankful of rough men who are willing to sacrifice everything to go into harms way and try like hell to keep those dangers at bay, and set the scrimmage line on foreign soil whenever possible. It's a shame the material isn't more credible. As a result the importance of the message gets watered down. The threat is real and credible, even if the telling of the story is not.

It's a shame - great potential ruined by inattention to detail. It is highly doubtful that I will read any further books in the series. In my opionion, the author should stick to his work within the comics genre, where fantasy and fact can coexist with plausible deniability.
32 of 37 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1374930) out of 5 stars Not bad but..... Oct. 23 2011
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I 've read a great many books about the Navy SEAL`s and I spent 11 years on active duty in the Navy and this book is OK but there were several things I just couldn't get past. The fact that the team is made up of E-2, E-3 & E-4`s is not believable for anyone that understands the way that any of tier 1 units works. Other then that I liked the way the book progressed but the author should have done a lot more research on the Navy and the SEAL`s in particular.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1374828) out of 5 stars Damn good read! Sept. 22 2011
By Rob Snow - Published on
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Not a sparkly vampire in sight...I have been a fan of Chuck Dixons work since his tenure on the Batman titles on the 90s. This is the prose novel I have been waiting for. Good action packed hardcore military fiction. A true steal at less than a dollar. Crisp crackling dialogue, intriguing plot, and of course, Chucks trademark action sequences, all without reading like a Janes guide. Get it now.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1374a14) out of 5 stars Not a bad read, but factually inaccurate Feb. 13 2012
By tramadoc - Published on
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First of all, let me say that for a $0.99 Kindle book, it isn't a bad deal. That being said, if you're looking for Tom Clancey, Brad Thor, or Vince Flynn realism and factually accurate storytelling, this isn't the book The author does a decent job with forming a picture in your mind with his words. What is lacking though is reality. I know its a work of fiction, but to be honest, this fiction goes a little to the extreme. The SEALs are depicted as bloodthirsty warriors who have no regard for the military rules which govern them. The story shows men with a blatant disregard for human life, going as far as walking by enemy combatants who have been shot and injured and double tapping them in the head. That, in and withof itself, is a blatant disregard for Geneva Convention rules. Does that kind of thing happen? Quite possibly, but more than likely not. Why kill them when they can be debriefed for Intel. Some of the authors information regarding our current military is grossly inaccurate. The book states that a couple of the SEALs are stationed on the USS Lexington, an aircraft carrier.The Lexington was an Essex class aircraft carrier that was decommisioned in 1991 and is currently a floating museum in Corpus Christi, TX. For a book that supposedly starts with the killing of Osama Bin Laden, this fact can not be overlooked. Another factual error is that SEAL Team Six, or DEVGRU, has a great number of E-2 and E-3's serving on the team as operators. Wrong. At the very least they would be E-4 Third Class Petty Officers. More factual errors regarding DEVGRU is that the men are tasked to DEVGRU immediately after completing BUD/S. Wrong once again. DEVGRU is manned by the best of the best from other SEAL teams and there is a rigorous selection process that the men have to go through to even get selected to the team. They are voted into the team by their peers within DEVGRU. The author would know this if he had done a little research on the subject or at the very least read Howard Wasdin's book, SEAL Team Six: Memoirs of an Elite Navy Sniper. Another factual error that I noticed, or it could be a misspelling (but misspelled every single time???) Is that he calls the USAF Base in Aviano, Italy, Ariano. This is once again an egregious error by the author. Granted this is fiction, but it is based in reality. I really hope that the author does his research before he starts on book number two in the series.

There are a great number of grammatical errors throughout the book. There are also quite a few spelling errors. A good proof reading is in order before he publishes his second book as well. Action wise I give the book a B-. Factually though the book is an F or a solid D-. Read at your own risk.