Well, this was a fairly interesting book but I did not find it as enjoyable as others on the subject and it certainly was not very in depth. It tended to be a shallow covering of a sniper’s (LeBleu) experience in Iraq and a very brief mentioning of a little of LeBleu’s experiences from a tour in Afghanistan. Neither experience was very intriguing or many details covered and the author seemed quite “confident” in his decisions and knowledge on various non sniping subject matters including politics. The read was fine, just not one I particularly enjoyed compared to other offerings from other authors in the same type of situations. There are not many sniping details covered so the read is more of a personal opinion type of book from the first person perspective. Enjoy it for what it is, just don’t expect a detailed telling of sniping engagements and be prepared to wade through a lot of opinions on various subject matters.