That is the recent book by Mohamedou Ould Slahi, who has been held at Guantánamo for many years. This is a classic of prison literature, and I will teach it next year in my Law and Literature class. Almost every page is interesting:
It is just amazing that the FBI trusts the Jordanians more than the other American intelligence agencies.
I don’t know any other language that writes Colonel and pronounces it Kernel.
His written English is quite good. Definitely recommended, and the heavily redacted nature of the text enhances the reading experience rather than detracting from it. Here is a good review from The Guardian.