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    Great subject, very poorly written

    I've read numerous books on the Aghan war and this is by far the worst. The use of language is amateurish, messy, full of repetition and mechanical. Avoid.
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    Sniper in Afghanistan

    A very good read rates right up there with another book of a Canadian sniper titled unflinching. Looking forward to reading other s of like books.
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    A sniper in helmand

    A good read and very down to earth
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    Sniper in Helmand

    A very good accounting of the emotional drain on a soldier that has been under fire, bombed, bored and has lost friends in the field. Many can identify and many emotions can be resurrected while reading a book like this, it is how each person handles themselves that with those emotions and memories they can continue to climb to higher heights in their own personal battle. Well done Bravo Zulu!
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