Top positive review
Fascinating memoir if you like this sort of thing
on 22 May 2014
O'Keeffe and his ghost writer have done a great job of bringing his experiences in the French Foreign Legion and as a contractor in Iraq, and his troubles while in less stimulating environments, to vivid and immediate life. My only real criticism is that there is a literary device whereby you're left on a cliff hanger at the very beginning of the book and the resolution doesn't come until close to the end - I had to read back to pick up the thread.