|I didn’t hate this book.
That’s about the first thing that popped in my head. It wasn’t a book that I’d go out of my way to reread, and I’m not sure I’d actively seek out other books by Charles Sheehan-Miles but at the very least it kept me reading. I don’t think I’d go as far as say it kept me entertained, but it kept my interest level at a high enough level that I made it to the end without too many thoughts of “oh gee, how much more until the end?”
The biggest thing that I did like about this book, and probably the reason that kept me reading was how Charles Sheehan-Miles tackled the subject of Combat PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injuries…it’s a subject that although fortunately my husband was spared of both (or at least any PTSD is very mild)…it’s something that a lot of Veteran’s deal with and honestly, until very recently, it’s been a subject that hasn’t gotten a lot of attention so I have to give Charles Sheehan-Miles props for bringing the subject to light.