Walk in My Combat Boots - James Patterson, Matt Eversmann & Chris Mooney

Walk in My Combat Boots

By James Patterson, Matt Eversmann & Chris Mooney

  • Release Date: 2021-02-08
  • Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
Score: 4
From 130 Ratings


Discover “the stories America needs to hear” (Admiral William H. McRaven, US Navy (Ret.)) with these moving and powerful recollections of war, told by the men and women who lived them.

Walk in my Combat Boots is a powerful collection crafted from hundreds of original interviews by James Patterson, the world’s #1 bestselling writer, and First Sergeant US Army (Ret.) Matt Eversmann, part of the Ranger unit portrayed in the movie Black Hawk Down

These are the brutally honest stories usually only shared amongst comrades in arms. Here, in the voices of the men and women who’ve fought overseas from Vietnam to Iraq and Afghanistan, is a rare eye-opening look into what wearing the uniform, fighting in combat, losing friends and coming home is really like. Readers who next thank a military member for their service will finally have a true understanding of what that thanks is for.


  • I had the actual book

    By un-approved peepo
    I have this actual book got it at a store it costed me 29$. Money I don’t regret spending. I have read it for like a month and I really like it. I am on page 352 and it’s one of the greatest books I even read
  • Walk a mile in my combat boots

    By CCWhit
    A very graphic book on war. I cried a lot because I served twenty years in the sir force and didn’t have many bad experiences. I would still encourage young people to join, but I know it is a different environment now.
  • A Must Read!

    By Wigicope
    If you want to understand the mindset of a combat veteran, this is the book to read. The trauma of war and its affect on the human mind are hard to put into words, but James Patterson nailed it!
  • Remembering

    By Jeffro an American
    Great stories to let the common person know that we as plain civilians don’t have things so bad.If these men and women can do tough things so can we.
  • Good therapy read

    By Tallyho fla
    As a Vietnamese Nam vet I’m proud of today’s vet and the combat vets I served with. This was a good therapeutic read for me. Highly recommend.