Afghan Heat: SAS Operations in Afghanistan

Afghan Heat: SAS Operations in Afghanistan

By Steve Stone

  • Release Date : 2013-02-10
  • Genre : Military
  • FIle Size : 0.30 MB
Score: 4.0
From 59 Ratings
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Afghan Heat: SAS Operations in Afghanistan Afghan Heat is a fast paced story of an SAS operative based on real operations in Afghanistan. From SAS selection through to a tour on the battlefields of Afghanistan. The book follows individual operations where special forces, aircraft, and the latest surveillance technology are fused together - in order to capture key figures or simply take out an enemy stronghold.

The books account is both gritty and graphical as it follows the SAS, battling at times against overwhelming odds in a hostile country. Fighting a war hardened enemy with years of experience fighting occupying forces. Even these elite soldiers with advanced weaponry and immense fire support at their disposal are put to the ultimate test of skill and courage fighting in the ‘Stan.’


  • Hard to read

    By eosett
    Although this book has the potential to be an interesting and worthwhile read, the sheer volume of grammatical errors and poorly constructed sentences that are often just phrases maker this book very difficulty to enjoy. I entirely blame the publisher rather than the author as they really should know better.
  • Afghan Heat

    By Not Walt
    Utter nonsense Steve Stone may well have been in Afghanistan but not as an operator, a bottle washer perhaps but not an operator. Two weeks in country to recover from a bullet wound I don't think so. Pakistan border 20 mins from Bastion I don't think so. To much rank referral. A total Walter Mitty character.
  • Shocking.

    By Han213121
    One of the worst books I've ever read. To me this clearly rings out as a book written by a Walt, let alone the grammatical errors. Would not recommend this to anyone, ever. Save your cash and get a proper autobiography. Also incredibly short. Read it in about 3 hours, never gripped my intrigue once.
  • Work in progress

    By Bukitima
    Needs a proofreader and editor to finish it
  • Not a bad read

    By I.o.w bouy
    Not a bad read, bit short and padded out. But grammar and punctuation was awful. Bit of proof reading needed.
  • Good read but awful spelling.

    By clarky199
    As the title suggests, the book was a good read and very enjoyable but the lack of punctuation and poor spelling let it down a bit. I know I'm not the greatest having suffered with dyslexia all my life but either way, for the price I'd say its well worth a read. I really hope to find more books like this as the SAS is something I hold close to my heart.
  • Gripping Story

    By Terminator0506
    Afghan Heat was a really good read, fast paced and well written, good mixture of facts and information and a book that many will enjoy. The book seems to match up with known details of what the SAS are doing Afghanistan. The factual element is obvioulsy written by an author who knows his stuff and can convey it well to a non technical audience. Each chapter is a seperate discrete story. The book opens up with action before going on with how the author came to be in the SAS. Some chapters felt a little short. However, that may only be a small detail that is easily ovecome, with the gripping action blended in with various facts so really understand what is going on as well as leanring some intersting facts like how cheap and easily availablew the AK47 is. These sodliers are heros as all those out in Afghanistan. The fact that this book donates to Help For Heros is another plus point.
  • Afghan Heat

    By Andyjloft
    Although the subject matter makes for compelling reading, the grammar and spelling is something akin to a primary school essay. The whole thing needs proof reading and correcting. Not really worth the money until it is corrected however some proceeds are going to help for heroes so it can't be all bad.