Tuesday, July 3, 2007

I Live With The DEAD

I Can Still Hear Their Cries, Even In My Sleep...a journey into PTSD

By "Doc" E. Everett McFall, USMC, Class of Vietnam 1966-1967

Rated 5 (*****) Five Stars by AMAZON.Com readers and book reviewers.

After the first page you might just be compelled to finish it just as those who started reading this "Natural Emotional Page Turner." Here's what others are saying about this timeless war memoir from a combat medic.


“I Can Still Hear Their Cries, Even in My Sleep by E. Everett McFall is an outstanding portrayal of the deep inner feelings about war and its mental and physical consequences, which resulted in his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

The author’s words are powerful and absorbing as he describes his despair in dealing with the realities of war and the lifelong healing process which he is experiencing. It gives the novice a much better understanding of PTSD and its effects on the mind and body.

Mr. McFall expresses his feelings with vivid verbal pictures enabling everyone to see though his eyes. This is a book which should be read by all.”

Samuel W. Hurley, USAF, WWII Veteran

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