Andy McNab’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Andy McNab Quotes 

Quotes, who doesn’t love a good quote? This series of articles we look at Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author Andy McNab, author quotes are always a challenge and fun to pick, with Andy McNab you will find my Ten favourites of Andy McNab’s quotes. 

Popular Quotes

“to create”
Andy McNab, Dark Winter

 “Yes’ – Pearce nodded – ‘but I don’t think Bale was. Lots of big words were used and he struggles beyond two syllables.’ ‘I’m not sure what’s more surprising,’ said Biggs. ‘That you were listening, or that you just used the word syllables.”
― Andy McNab, The New Enemy

“They were prepared physically and mentally for war. They’d all had at least nine lives, and had the burns, the dents, the bullet holes and the knife wounds to prove it.”
― Andy McNab, Red Notice

 “We certainly wouldn’t practise carrying it now: that would be a bit like practising being wet, cold and hungry, which wouldn’t achieve anything.”
― Andy McNab, Bravo Two Zero

 “the rasp of the respirator’s filter were about as comforting as Darth Vader reading a bedtime story,”
― Andy McNab, Red Notice

 “You know, my world may look like a pile of shit, but at least I sometimes get to sit on top of it”
― Andy Mcnab, Last Light

“I was a thirty-seven-year-old man with a lot on his mind but not too much in it.”
― Andy McNab, Remote Control

 “Better to live a day on your feet than a lifetime on your knees.”
― Andy McNab, Red Notice

“tablecloth. ‘He let me leave early. Stomach pains … I might have”
― Andy McNab, Detonator

“newly purchased herbal teabags”
― Andy McNab, Firewall

10 Famous Quotes by Author Andy McNab

So there you have it my Ten favourite quotes by Andy McNab, please comment below and share your favourite quotes by the fantastic author Andy McNab.  Furthermore, if you find any Authors not covered for there, top 10 quotes let me know and I will review their works and find some of their best quotes as has been done here for Andy McNab. 

One Final Bonus – Andy McNab Quote 

“The Omanis had feasts called haflas where they’d bring a goat in and cook it in the fire. It was always a fantastic gathering. They’d turn up in their Land Cruisers in the middle of nowhere, put the carpets out, and start a fire up. Sometimes they’d tow in a small water bowser as well. There was a huge amount of ritual involved; the animal was treated with immense respect before it was killed, in accordance with Islam.”

― Andy McNab, Immediate Action

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