In an extract from new book aftershock the untold story of surviving peace portobello books 2015 journalist matthew green explores the struggle of a soldier suffering from ptsd. Aftershock the untold story of surviving peace matthew green joe jameson on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers over the last decade we have sent thousands of people to fight on our behalf but what happens when these soldiers come back home having lost their friends and killed their enemies. Matthew green is the author of aftershock the untold story of suriving peace published by portobello books which documents the post conflict experience of british soldiers. The subtitle of matthew greens absorbing study of post traumatic stress disorder is the untold story of surviving peace its a testament to greens even handedness that his unsentimental but horribly affecting tales of soldiers lives destroyed by their experiences in combat never . It pursues the question that the military are so reluctant to ask why do people who are trained to thrive within the theatre of war so often find themselves ill prepared for peace as a new generation of battle scarred troops begin to lay their weapons down aftershock offers an empathetic yet hard hitting account of the hidden cost of conflict
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