A dying Dietz remains at the top of the cliff, in the custody of Shah and the Taliban insurgents who surround him.
Lone Survivor is an enjoyable book, typical in many of its facets, but atypical in its deeper message. The book was released to great acclaim and has become a fixture on the bestseller lists.
Was I afraid of their possible buddies in the Taliban?
I'm not saying that it is a small thing to get through that. When Luttrell is discovered by the Taliban, one of the insurgents fires a rocket-propelled grenade, and its impact causes him to land at the bottom of a rock crevice where he is able to hide from the Taliban fighters.
Note: other Goodreads users have notified me that Marcus is contributing the profits from the sale of this book to a trust benefitting troops and their families. This is a man you can follow and be proud of.