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Walking Wounded

Walking Wounded
  • Author: Brad Curtis
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • ISBN: 9780595379675
  • Page: 144
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A Doc walked by and looked at him and said, “Shit, what are you doing here? You can't walk with that hole in your heel.” His mind was still shrinking back to normal thinking. He didn't even think about being dusted off.

Did you ever wonder what happened to the boy next door who went off to war and came back a man?Who seemed changed, strangely different from the person you knew?Walking Wounded is a journey into the minds, and a look through the eyes of two such men, David and Mark.Walking Wounded brings to life the feel of joy, love, trauma, suspense, and disappointment within them.The knowledge and feelings experienced during this reading will linger on in memory.


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