A raw portrayal of Don's experience during the Vietnam War, dealing with dead and dying children. He exposes his soul discussing events in his life while coping with PTSD issues, t kwing for 40 years that he was suffering from the disorder. As conditions worsen he moves into a tent in the woods. Through treatment he returns to Vietnam and in a matter of a few months his whole life has changed. Comments from Chet Sunde, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist I just read the intro through chapter three. Your book is raw (in a good way) and truthful. It is going to be of great help to others...help combat vets understand themselves better, and help civilians understand them better. It is a success story...like Rocky...beat down round after round...but on his feet, bloodied and bruised, on his feet and an inspiration to others in the end. But most of all...the beauty of your book is the humanity and love of fellow man that already comes through, and I can't wait to read in the chapters to come. And the end of the book will only be the beginning of the story...a story that needs to be published and read by people all over the globe. A story of hope and light out of the darkness of war, and the consequences that echo through the years in the lives of those who serve in war, and those who cross their path. Includes 30+ photos (t graphic).