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  • Paperback
  • 208
  • Unspoken Abandonment Sometimes the hardest part of going to war is coming home
  • Bryan A. Wood
  • English
  • 24 February 2020
  • 9781466315945

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Unspoken Abandonment Sometimes the hardest part of going to war is coming home Summary ð eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Rful effects of war and post traumatic stress but the true focus is on the inspirational triumph over this demon that haunts hundreds of thousands of America's bravest men and women The story is captivating the message is inspiring and this is a must read for every American who cares to take an inside look at what our soldiers face on a daily basis This amazing story will grab your attention immediately and it is sure to keep you up past your normal bedtime for than a few late nights of readingRead a free introductory sample he. A must read memoirOut of curiosity and upon a friend s recommendation I started reading Unspoken Abandonment even though it s not my usual genre From beginning to end I was captivated by Mr Wood s journey while serving in Afghanistan and then trying to live and cope after returning home He writes with an incredible flair of compassion and raw honesty as he describes horrific and shocking events in his journal entries events that will be forever ingrained in my mind After reading this I have a clearer understanding of not only the challenges our soldiers endure during war and after returning home but also what all the innocent people and children go through to survive a hell on earthThis poignant memoir reminded me to not take things for granted and to always strive to be a better person Every once in a while we all need to be reminded of that as we go about our busy lives This story does just that and I urge anyone to read this be moved and then tell a friend about it Thank you Mr Wood for sharing your inspiring story

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Unspoken Abandonment Sometimes the hardest part of going to war is coming home Summary ð eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Battle of his life in finding his own peace He surprisingly found the answer was hidden within a daily journal kept while at war and Bryan's path ultimately led him to find redemption in the most unexpected of places love In a genre filled with war novels Unspoken Abandonment stands out as the work is brilliantly written in a narrative form which takes the reader on a breathtaking journey into the heart of Afghanistan The reader is then taken back to America to face life after combat This story takes a head on look at the powe. Best book I ve read about Afghanistan and the best book I ve read in a while will expand this review in a day or two Can t remember the last time I couldn t put a book down err turn off my Kindle Need to digest this book a bit before I give it the review it deservesslept on it overnight review follows The tour continued on with nothing being seen except for the magnitude of extreme poverty That is when we stumbled upon a woman being beaten by two men That woman wearing a dark blue Bura was on her knees and struggling to stand as one man beat her with a belt and the other pushed her back to the ground As we drove by this scene our guide told us this was very common in Kabul and he said Try not to let it bother you He told us we were going to see a lot of things that would bother us here but we cannot get involved in this kind of mess You just have to look the other way This is a book about many things a young soldier experiencing war in Afghanistan how he copes with that war the stresses he endures the people he serves with the people who are Afghanistan who they are and how they live injustice culture shock how he was torn up by the war and ultimately how he is able to put his life back togetherThe book had me from the get go uite simply because it is compelling Yes I brought myself the old Vietnam vet to the reading and among my initial reactions was the thought those who served and who now serve in Afghanistan have a much tougher go of it than many of us who did Vietnam tours not that Vietnam was a piece of cake it certainly was not My second thoughts were of my son who is in Afghanistan right nowThe book has much strength After 27 years in the Air Force I taught high school for ten years among other things US History It was a way to give back Searched for things on Vietnam that would mean something to young people what you might call Vietnam War literature poetry firsthand accounts stuff that they could relate to If I were still teaching I d use this book to teach about our involvement in Afghanistan Have read a few books about Afghanistan most recently No Easy Day but this is the first book I would call Afghanistan war literature It conveys an all too real sense of what it was like to have been there as a grunt It viscerally connects us as readers with the author as a soldier and with the soldiers and Afghanis with whom he served I chose the sword served advisedly I almost used the word endured Strength is the author s gift of empathy Through his capacity and desire to know something of what it is like to be an Afghani the book gives us perhaps than the author realizes a sense of what it is like to have been born there to live there and how tough life is there As I read through his recounting of some of the things he saw I relearned an old lesson We Americans live in a cocoon We worry about things like buying a new Kindle whether or not we can afford an expensive restaurant a Facebook post that offended us a mortgage and so on We are for lack of better words a first world country We do not have enough capacity to understand a place like Afghanistan We lack the initiative and desire to understand other countries particularly Muslim countries This is the first book I ve read about Afghanistan that provides a feel for daily life there Yeah it s gut wrenching and there is stuff that just rips your heart outThe book is apolitical It does not take sides It is nonjudgmental with the exception that the author judges himself The fact that the book is nonjudgmental might just be its greatest strengthThis is an incredibly honest book The author bares his soul Life has a way of humbling us all if we live long enough It takes a while but the author rebuilds his life It could not have been easy Think it was Socrates who said the unexamined life is not worth living Afghanistan forced Bryan Wood to examine his life and his assumptions about life We who read his book are better for Bryan s having done that

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Unspoken Abandonment Sometimes the hardest part of going to war is coming home Summary ð eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Prepare to walk than a mile in one soldier's boots as you see exactly what it's like to go to war and face the struggles of coming home This is as real as it's going to get Unspoken Abandonment is the story of one man's struggle to return home from the war in Afghanistan only to find the person he once was may never be the same Bryan Wood is a military veteran who served during combat operations in Eastern Afghanistan After returning from combat he found that his life was falling apart at every turn and Bryan faced the greatest. Let me start out by saying this is so not my typical reading genreThat being said I want to urge you all to read this book no matter what you normally readI am not the same person I was before I started this book I sat down at 300 and was finished by 9 that same day I couldn t put this book down Bryan s journal entries are unforgettable and in some cases define all that is unimaginable in the world most of us live in By page 23 I was crying I was upset not only for the scenarios Bryan was depicting but also for himthe young man who was slowly losing his fresh faced outlook on life and humanity I cried so many times throughout this book but in no way does that mean I didn t love it This story is one of survivalcoming back from your own personal Hell and living to tell and teach others about it This was such an eye opening read It gives such an in depth look into what our soldiers are going through Bryan is truly an inspiration His outlook on life and the emotional turmoil he went through to get there is admirable beyond measure There are scenes from this book that will stay with me for a very long timeand I can thank Bryan for that because it makes me want to be a better person and do what I can to make even a small difference in this lifeThank you Bryan for sharing your story with us and for a touching and remarkable read