The Long Walk: A Story of War and the Life that Follows by Brian Castner, memoir-Iraq War, 222 Pages.
Castner has no romantic notions left about the war. He lost a lot of friends and colleagues among Explosive Ordinance Disposal unit, with whom he served two tours of duty. Castner brings home bad memories and a whole lot of crazy. He tries running until he's in pain and exhausted, to quell the crazy feelings, but he's a different person when he returns, and he is not sure if the old him can ever come back. When his wife consults her grandmother, whose own husband served in combat, how to help him recover, she's basically told that her husband has died and that a different man will be coming back to her. A very convincing anti-war account. Avoid the war, avoid lots of explosions near your person or near those you love.
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