Dancer & Other Tattered Threads of PTSD Lives: After the Wars


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Dancer & Other Tattered Threads of PTSD Lives: After the Wars
Author: T. Patrick Devlin
Publisher: MarketingNewAuthors.com
ISBN: 978-1-57736-447-4
No. of Pages: 143
Index: No
Table of Contents: Yes
Binding: Soft Cover, Perfect Bound
Last Update: 2016
Volume Discounts: Yes, call to inquire
Shipping Time: 2-5 Days
Price: $12.95

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

PTSD is real and has affected soldiers of various wars. This work contains three short stories entitled “Dad’s TV,” “Dancer,” and “Roadkill.” Each story gives a different perspective of the challenges of PTSD for the veteran and those who care about the vet. And, most importantly, these stories approach this challenge not in the stereotypical manner. These narratives are, sometimes, serious and, other times, humorous, and always completely engaging as they bring a clear insight into the lives of these veterans and those that interact with them.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

This is the second work by T. Patrick Devlin. His first is Redball Mission, a riveting work about a man recently from the war in the Middle East. T. Parick Devlin is able to capture the feelings of soldiers who have returned from service. Most unique is Devlin’s ability to illustrate the effects of war on soldiers from various viewpoints.

 

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