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Journalism & Communication
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Brian Wilson JOR 300 Ms. Morris 11/18/12 Review of Hunter’s Point of Impact Hunter’s book “Point of Impact” is a thriller full of suspense. The book was adapted into the movie “Shooter” in 2007 starring Mark Wahlberg as Bob Lee Swagger. The story reflects on crucial themes, which are critical in the history of America.
The story is of a Vietnam veteran sniper, Bob Lee Swagger. After the war Bob isolates himself from the society and lives a silent life in the mountains of Arkansas. The Ramdyne Company are aware of Bob’s expertise and plan to use this for their benefit. The Ram dyne company who claim to be seeking support in finding a potential assassin approaches Bob. The company convinces Bob to carry out one last mission for his country. Bob is unaware Ram Dyne sets him up for an assassination attempt on the president. Yet the real target in the assassination was the archbishop. Bob survives shots he gets during the operation, but he becomes a target of every law enforcement agency and Ramdyne’s own killers. Bob runs to save his life in order to prove his innocence. In the story Bob has allies Nick an FBI agent and a nurse, Susan Fenn, his old partners widow. Bob is out to revenge the betrayal and prove his innocence by unmasking the evil dealings of Ramdyne. Hunter’s protagonist in the book is Bob Lee Swagger who we encounter in the mountain of Arkansas where he has adopted a solitary life. This is because of his experience in the Vietnam War. Bob’s sniping career had ended when he was hit on his hip during the war. This left him disabled and his spotter died in this event. ...
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