Not recommended for anyone. The boasting, the ego, I, I, I and the short and meaningless chapters.
This isn't a story worth publishing
The narration is good, so good and makes me hate this book so much because he brought out what the author and the subject is like for real (probably)
2 chapters dedicated to a rifle, bloody rifle. What a bore.
If you're looking for a book about a sniper in the american army then this is it. Now, if you want a book that would show you the war in Iraq in a wider range of aspects, through the eyes and thoughts of an american soldier, then this is absolutely, positively not it.
The other words... I killed the bad guys, man. And this is how I did it.
Stories from the field, brutal honesty and life in the military. The stories from servicemen are never what the media projects as the truth.
I really felt the narrator was talking to me directly, telling me a story instead of reading a script. The accent, the speed and the emotion were astounding and are a great credit to the author.
The narrator got choked up at one point and his sincerity really came through.
I got lost a bit with all the military terms but not enough to stop me from listening.
Excellent book and an excellent narrator.