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SEAL Team Six: The Novel: #1 in ongoing hit series Kindle Edition

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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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  • File Size: 874 KB
  • Print Length: 258 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1606902512
  • Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment; 1 edition (December 5, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 5, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005LQXMGW
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,444 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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CHUCK DIXON
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.

Chuck Dixon has more than twenty-five years of experience in the graphic novel field as an editor, writer and publisher. He has contributed well over a thousand scripts to publishers like DC Comics, Marvel, Dark Horse, Hyperion and others featuring a range of characters from Batman to the Simpsons. His comic book adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit continues to be an international bestseller. Considered to be one of the most prolific writers in his field, this award-winning storyteller currently writes G.I. Joe and A-team for IDW, The Good the Bad and the Ugly for Dynamite, The Simpsons for Bongo Comics along with many creator-owned projects for various publishers including Joe Frankenstein which re-unites him with Bane co-creator Graham Nolan. He is also the co-publisher of an ambitious line of graphic novels based on the American Civil War.

In addition to his work in graphic novels, Chuck is currently writing two different series of action novels. Bad Times is a series about a team of former Army Rangers who travel back in time in search of treasure and adventure. His Kindle-sensation Levon Cade books are dark tales of vigilante justice. Both are available now in paperback and through Kindle!

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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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 for.you. 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.Read more ›
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Having Chuck Dixon write a book about Seal Team Six has to be the greatest idea since breathing air! Dixon's plots are spellbinding and his characters are real and engaging. Once you read the first word on the first page, you'll be sucked in and you won't want to eat, drink, sleep, answer the phone or have sex until you read the last word on the last page, then be waiting impatiently for more!
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What happened to #3 in the series?
I asked Amazon about it and they had no idea. They said to contact the publisher and ask them. I would guess it is just delayed.
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