The story, the characters, the pace, the way my brain has to work to create the images described and sounds.
I can't read and drive. His character voices are not annoying. His narration voice is not annoying.
I wish chuck Norris was young enough to play Colt today. Today I would pick Mark Walbhurg or the guy from battle los angelas.
The insight into how someone with PTSD functions as well as how their family handles it. The sacrifice that many make to fight for our country.
Mark. He is open and telling his story in a way that only he can. His mother also is awesome.
Fred did a great job. His voices are realistic and do not take away from the author's intent. Fred Berman made it a pleasure to listen.
My father has PTSD from Korea. He meets with veterans and helps them deal with their issues as well. I have a better understanding of how PTSD affets a person. Sometimes we civilians write people off as crazy instead of having a little compassion for our warriors as they deal with the lingering evils of war. I am changed because of this book. Thank you Mark, for writing it.The section about his sister going to a christian university and getting a call that she was seeing bible verses coming out of the walls or ceiling was very sad.
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