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By Paul Jordan | Comments: ( 471 ) | Date: ( Dec 07, 2019 )

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  • Title: The Easy Day was Yesterday - The extreme life of an SAS soldier
  • Author: Paul Jordan
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  • Page: 126
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Comments The Easy Day was Yesterday - The extreme life of an SAS soldier

  • Spyder

    A typical, over adrenalized, woo-is-me sobfest that barely really touched on the extreme life of the SAS at all. A poor recommendation from Amaon.


  • YourManJeff

    More focused on a solitary experience with an accidental border crossing with flashbacks to his SAS days. Some riveting and heartbreaking stories of his missions in SAS and with the UN. The main story completely conveys the hopelessness and frustration of an easily solvable solution that for whatever reason progressively gets worse. I enjoyed the read thoroughly, it's nice to see the Aussies have a sense of humor and experience the same frustrations as everyone else. Anyone know if the Author is [...]


  • Darryl Updegrove

    Not quite what I was expecting. Focused mostly on being put in an unpleasant civilian prison in a foreign country for a "minor" infraction of national boundaries.


  • Phillip Clark

    Compelling readCompelling read, a really well put together story that flows easily and transports the reader through a fascinating time .


  • Keith McArdle

    The Easy Day was Yesterday is written by former SAS soldier, Paul Jordan. The basis of the story is centred on his imprisonment in India (for accidentally crossing the border between Nepal and India without correct paperwork).Paul writes a very interesting tale, using humour and dogged determination to drag himself through a very dark place. Whilst the book is centred mainly around his time in prison, he does recount his experiences in both the Regiment on operations around the world (including [...]


  • Bill

    Paul tells a series of compelling stories about his time as an SAS soldier turned security adviser. Each story of Paul in the thick of things in war zones and disaster areas is interwoven with the more detailed story of his 24 harrowing days as a prisoner in India after accidentally straying over the border from Nepal. Each snippet of beaurocracy gone mad and the third world prison he was held in leads to tales of making is through SAS's ruthless selection procedures, the futility and frustratio [...]


  • Wendy Otero

    I read this book from cover to cover and found myself thinking Paul had done quite a good job at writing this book.Paul jumped about quite a bit in his reflections, which could be a little confusing at times. There was a considerable amount of grammar/spelling mistakes and sentence structures needed to be improved.I would recommend this book if you are after a quick read on global issues such as the Rwandan genocide, Boxing Day Tsunami and hear a first hand account from those that are sent to mo [...]


  • Jodie Thompson

    This book needed more editing it kept jumping around the place and mentioned things that were never explained to the average non sas trained reader. It stated that media personalities helped try to get him released back in oz. Such as???? I appreciate the way the story was told with past and present recollections but toward the end of the book there was no link between them and it seemed kind of pointless.


  • Jake

    A good recount of a former SAS soldier caught in a position he was trained to survive in.Follows the life of a tough Aussie who has always had to overcome struggles to get what he wanted.However, I would have preferred a little more insight into his career within the SAS and the burdens/benefits it brought him.


  • nitaj

    I wish that the focus of this book wasn't so much about Paul being in that Indian jail (Don't get me wrong it was interesting, I just expected more SAS stuff. Otherwise it was pretty good, ambulance duty in Rwanda, jungle training, selection process, interrogation phase, all great stuff.


  • Brad T.

    I don't know why i couldn't finish this book. It was well written and interesting in parts. Maybe it was the cultural differences. I just couldn't get into it.


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