Marcus Luttrell Writing Styles in Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost...

Marcus Luttrell
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Perspective

Marcus Luttrell was proud to be a Navy SEAL fighting for his country. He had survived the tough training and was ready for action on the dangerous mission that he and his comrades were on. A good portion of this book showed the intense training the SEALs went through. It is very clear to the reader that it was not a matter of bragging, but more of a matter of showing how well trained these men were so that they received the respect they deserved.

The book was written in first person from Marcus' point of view. There were times when he addressed the reader directly with comments such as "trust me." Throughout the book the reader understands what the mission was, how dangerous it was, what it took to become a Navy SEAL, and what the political situation on the battlefield is really like. Warding off prejudice...

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