The Warrior's Heart
Author: Eric Greitens Reviewed by: Thomas May
Character Analysis & Setting
The setting of the book changed throughout the book because it followed his life. Some of the settings were where he grew up, which was in Missouri and where he went to college at Duke and then when he received his masters and PhD at Oxford. The settings also changed when he wrote about his humanitarian work and the reader traveled with him to the different countries when he did undergraduate research for war refugees and then as a volunteer and photographer. The second half of the book's setting was a military envioronment through his training and active service.
I really liked when the author went into detail about the Navy Seal training. The descriptions really could make the reader visualize "Hell Week".
Overall, I would give this book four out of five stars. I would recommend this book to any one who wants to be inspired or motivated. There are a lot of really good life lessons in the book. This book reminded me that we are capable of much more than we think.