Sniper Elite: One Way Trip by Scott McEwen

sniper eliteLooking for a thriller to read over the summer? Like books about military? Look no further: Sniper Elite: One Way Trip by Scott McEwen is the book you need.

Gil Shannon, a Navy SEAL, is the man that people want for undercover missions. Gil is smart, brave, and lets nothing get in the way of his ultimate target/goal. After Sandra Brux, a female fighter pilot, is captured and tortured, the military and the government are at odds as to the course of action to take. The military, especially the SEAL teams, want to rescue Sandra and kill  the terrorists who are holding her hostage. The government, on the other hand, is worried about public image, the tentative foreign policy agreements, and re-election for the President.

The special-ops teams decide they don’t care about foreign policy, re-election or anything else the government is concerned about. One of their own, the first female helicopter pilot, is being held captive and tortured- and they are going to bring her back. Against, the direct command of the President- Gil Shannon and others devise a plan to bring back Sandra. With the help of one powerful player in the government- the plan is put in motion.

From Washington to the Middle East- many eyes are on this classified mission- some are hoping for failure, some are hoping for success, and others have their own motives about this unauthorized mission.

Sniper Elite: One Way Trip is a story that shows the readers an insider look into the operations of the military, specifically the special-ops teams. It also shows the reader an inside look into the government- the insider dealings, the ulterior motives, and so much more. For fans of government or military thrillers, this book is a must read. Fast-paced, action thriller- Sniper Elite:One Way Trip is a must read.

This book was provided to me by Touchstone Publishing in exchange for an honest review. All above opinions expressed above are mine alone.

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