Born Fearless: From SAS to Mercenary to Pirate Hunter

Born Fearless From SAS to Mercenary to Pirate Hunter None

  • Title: Born Fearless: From SAS to Mercenary to Pirate Hunter
  • Author: Phil Campion
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback
  • Born Fearless: From SAS to Mercenary to Pirate Hunter

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    1. Val Penny

      I borrowed this book from the library and my husband noticed it. he asked me if I was enjoying the book, then commented that he had come across "big"Phil Campion during his time in the military. It was interesting to hear his comments about the author who portrays himself as all but invincible. He is certainly a military veteran and served as a soldier in the regular Armed Forces as well as the elite British special forces, the SAS (Special Air Service) in many hazardous areas of the world. He h [...]

    2. Ross Hamilton

      Anyone who follows international affairs to even a basic degree would be aware of the existence of private military operations in places like Afghanistan. But we don't hear a lot about how these operators actually work. Born Fearless is a fascinating account of life on that private circuit by one of those right on the circuit's razor edge.Phil Campion had a brutal upbringing. I think it is fair to think Campion could have easily gone down a much darker path but as a youngster he ended up in the [...]

    3. John

      interesting true story of a former soldier and SAS member who went into the private contractor circuit in some of the worst trouble spots in the world, very frank account that pulls no punches. If you're looking for any insight to any SAS missions, think again, he doesn't give much away here, (as you might expect). I thoroughly enjoyed it, a good read.

    4. Fabio Albertin

      An inside account of what "the curcuit" is like. To me, it proved that contractors of Big Phil's caliber deserve respect, no matter what one may think of any particular war.

    5. Fatima Habbar

      Fantastic ReadKept my interest throughout. Held my breathe a few times. Thank God for people like Big Phil Campion and the other SAS operatives. It was great to have such a personal insight into how these fantastic people do so much to keep us safe. Also reminded me of those we loved and lost in the line of duty. If you enjoy books about the SAS and the circuit you won't get much better than this. I highly recommend it. Thank you Phil for all you have done and still do and thank you for giving u [...]

    6. Angrytuna

      I saw this and I thought why not? So I bought it and read it. Wow. This should be on the curriculum for kids. I mean all these other biographies and such are all about these 'ever so devastated painters' or 'rich people and their love life'. This however is true grit. You're with Phil as he goes through his life. Some parts I was sincerely nervous at. This is inspirational and a must read.Stars:5Ages: well technically it should be like 16+ but I still think kids should read I.

    7. Matthew Andrus

      Wow really enjoyed this book, I have never really read any true army accounts before so wasn't sure what to expect but I have to say I really couldn't put it down. Each page made we want to know what "Big Phil" gets up to next. Would recommend this to anyone who likes military books or who just likes a good real life read

    8. mike smith

      Brilliant Could not put this book down excellent author very gripping from start to finish very brave man should be well proud of himself

    9. James Hindley

      Good readReally engaging read. Big Phil gives a great account of his life. Never using his hard upbringing as an excuse but as motivation.

    10. Mrs D J Bacon

      Real and true.A very good read. When you realise what really goes on out there you can give them the full respect all deserve. Well done and thank you.

    11. Trevor

      A cracker this!This is Phil's life early on in care homes to going in the army and ending up in Afghanistan, Iraq and as a Pirate hunter in Africa.I got this book in a 2nd hand shop and when I opened it up to start reading I noticed my copy was signed by the author himself, to someone called Trevor! Amazing, it's not me but what's the chances of that? :)

    12. Matt

      Book was enjoyable and a must for a fan of actiin and adventure non fiction! At first I was sceptical and thought it was just another hammed up warrior book but as you get to know Phil you realise he writes about the action and the boring side of war in equal amounts to warrent it being the truth!he has ventured into tje "fiction"side of writing so I will be giving that a read!

    13. Anne

      Sooner our later we live our lives by the same philosophy as Big Phil: "Needs Must Old Boy". Life deals us all a hard hand at one time or another and Phil demonstrates that you need to keep on going to stay upright.

    14. jonathan reavey

      A great read about the PMC ( private military contractor )Big Phil has no fear. He has seen it all from Northern Ireland, Iraq, Afghanistan and fighting Somalian pirates. A career that I can only dream of doing.

    15. Sam

      BrilliantFantastic book. Loved every minute of it. From start to finish the author amazes me with stories of his life.

    16. Kevin Rose

      Great book, more realistic (well, more believable) than a lot of the SAS books around and a great insight into what makes a great soldier.

    17. stan

      A bit of a let down the big story was his exploits in Gaza . And his dislike of the IDF was apparent.Not much about his exploits in the SAS .Altogether not very good

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