Broken by W.C. Turck
One Soldier's Unexpected Journey Home

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Recommended by the National Association of Mental Health Institutes for its intimate betrayal of the aftermath of war, Broken tells the story of a returning Iraqi veteran, Danny Yearman, who returns home to rebuild the pieces of a life he left behind. Set in Michigan's dramatic Lake Superior shoreline, Danny meets an old Indian who claims to be a survivor of the doomed Edmund Fitzgerald. Can the old man really be a survivor of that ill-fated ship, or is he just a crazy old fool. Danny sets out to uncover the old man's mystery through an unforgiving wilderness and the treacherous terrain of the Human heart towards the shocking and emotion conclusion. A richly imaginative novel that explores Post Traumatic Stress. A must reach for every veteran and the ones who love them.

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Published May 23, 2011 by iUniverse. 199 pages
Genres: War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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