The Making of Canadian Sniper

Book - 2015 | Simon & Schuster Canada edition
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Jody Mitic an elite sniper tell us about his personal journey into the Canadian military, through sniper training, and firefights in Afghanistan, culminating on the fateful night when he stepped on a landmine and lost both of his legs below the knees.
Publisher: Toronto : Simon & Schuster Canada, ©2015
Edition: Simon & Schuster Canada edition
ISBN: 9781476795102
Branch Call Number: 958.1047371 MIT 2015
Characteristics: 238 pages : illustrations (some color)
Additional Contributors: Lefko, Perry


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Mar 09, 2016

A biography that is heartfelt and that is the real deal. It shows the hardship that he endured while trying to pursue his career as a sniper. But he never gave up even though he thought about retiring from the Armed Forces. This vet's story very is inspiring. He was a soldier's soldier. He made a sniper career for himself just like wanted. Thanks for your service Master Coporal Mitic. You served your country proud.

Sep 23, 2015

Jody Mitic made an impression on me when I saw him on The Amazing Race Canada so when I saw that he had written a book, I had to read it. Most of the book is about his time in the Armed Forces, which is really not my thing, and only the last bit is about his recovery after he lost his lower legs. However, the way he writes is entertaining and easy to understand and I found that I enjoyed the book more than I thought I would.

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