Full Glasses and Burju Shoes by Blake Blessing
This story has me in my feelings. It’s so true it hurts. I soldiers come home and are just let go. Therapy should be mandatory not a choice. The things they have to put up with is traumatic. They need help adjusting to the day to day life. Emil needs help but he was just too scared to get it. He has experienced so much loss and pain that when the rage started he should have known it was a bad sign. Perrin had so much joy and life. Her energy was contagious. The author put two unlikely people together and created a bond that was strong. A bond based on friendship and need. Perrin is sunshine in a dark world of IEDs and death.
Reviewed by @gguerrero89