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"The others were looking to do their jobs and return home; I was looking for a fight." Introduction: Along the Afghan-Pakistan Border, page 5

"I aim the gun. I'm a sniper; shooting is technique. No emotion. Sometimes you do think about it. That tiny figure in the distance is a human being. He may be a great guy, or he may be one of those animals who will beat his sister to death for having a boyfriend not arranged by the family. You are not there to judge. My only job is to bring him down before he gets to cover." Introduction: Along the Afghan-Pakistan Border, page 13

"Despite my falling short fairly often, he always seemed to think I was someone worth having in the family. If you can feel that from your family, nothing can touch you." Chapter 1: Finish the Game, page 16

"Ko, if you don't stand up...

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