Once an American soldier, seal, sniper or special forces agent starts killing it can become amusing, even funny, leaving them changed for the rest of their life.
This book captured my interest from the opening line.....not only was the story engaging, the narration kept it interesting. Definitely listen to this again.
Chris will forever be know as a hero
Recommend this to everyone.....
No, the narration by John Pruden was distracting from the book.
The detailed accounts of his actions throughout his enlistment really pull you into the book. I finished the book quicker than any other I can remember.
The narrator's terrible attempt at a Texas accent was somewhat distracting from the book. As a native Texan myself, I can assure you that we do pronounce most of the g's at the end of our words. The narration should be redone by someone else as this is an amazing book that deserves better.
The emotional aspects of war and loosing friends during and after battle.
Chris Kyle led an amazing and heroic life. After reading, I highly recommend this book to anyone, not just military. The American people deserve to hear a soldier's account of the war, not just what was shown in the media.
I really enjoyed this book after having seen the movie. I was so curious about Chris and this book gave me an insight that the movie didn't. I enjoyed the narration. It felt close to Chris.
I was born a long time ago in a small town far, far, away. Tanta stultitia mortalium est.
Obviousl, much more detail than the Clint Eastwood movie.
Duh! Chris Kyle
The last chapter was very good
Foul language is something I usually avoid but it seems to be a part of this man's experiences that made it normal for him. Perhaps it lends even more credibility to his story and makes you feel a smidgen of what he and his family went through. Thank you for sharing Kyle family.
Incredible story of a true American hero and an incredible human being! I appreciate what our armed forces go through and sacrifice a little more than I did before this book.