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Friend Grief and the Military: Band of Friends, Victoria Noe

Civilization & Culture, Grief & Hardship, Health & Well Being, Military NonFiction, NonFiction, Self-Help & Motivational

“They were killing my friends.”

That was how Medal of Honor recipient Audie Murphy justified his heroic actions in World War II. As long as there have been wars, men and women in the military have watched their friends die. Experts warn that delaying our grief will complicate our lives. But what about those who have no choice but to delay it until the battle is over?

In “Friend Grief and The Military: Band of Friends” you’ll meet military and non-combatants who struggle with the grief and guilt of losing their friends. You’ll learn, too, in the amazing ways they help each other, that “leave no one behind” is a life-long commitment.

Friend Grief and the Military: Band of Friends is an incredibly poignant book courtesy of an exceptional writer called Victoria Noe. Friend Grief and the Military is part of a six-part series from Noe which is named Friend Grief and the six books in the series are books which deal with grief as well as friendship and Friend Grief, and the Military is the fourth book in the series. The majority of people who have served have lost a friend, and so I need to quickly mention the poignancy of this book and how important it is that Noe has written it. Friend Grief and the Military is a moving book which will explore grief and friendship as well as PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). The book is a sensational one that captivated me as well as moved me from the start thanks to the themes of the poignant book. The book may be hard hitting at times however it is also a moving book which will help readers move on from grief as well as inform you about its stages while stories have been shared. I would recommend this book to everybody, even to those that do not have ties with the military however if you need more convincing then continue to read to learn more about this incredible book that should not be missed.

Friend Grief and the Military is a book that explores the military and loss in the military. It is the sad truth that if somebody has served then they have most likely lost somebody during combat and Friend Grief and the Military explores this. Throughout the book, the reader will be taken on a journey through the lives of many people who have served, both military and non-combatants and when the reader does they will learn how they struggle with PTSD, grief, and guilt because of the loss of their friends. However, Friend Grief and the Military is not an oppressively dark book because it is also full of a lot of wisdom courtesy of Noe. Noe will share ways in which we can all help as well as support each other and ensure that no one is left behind and this book lovers is the premise of this heartwarming book.

Throughout Friend Grief and the Military, the author Victoria Noe will take her readers on a journey and in this journey information and guidance on how those suffering from PTSD can live a better life and find peace, satisfaction, and fulfillment with their life and Noe will do this by sharing her insightful wisdom.

The author of Friend Grief and the Military is not only a remarkable woman for sharing her wisdom and writing her book to help many people, but she is also an outstanding woman for being able to write so beautifully. The literature throughout Friend Grief and the Military are flawless and will have readers reading in pure bliss thanks to the easy to read nature of it. When I read this book I did not feel the need to put it down once, and when I had to I longed for it, and this shows what a talented author Noe is.

Overall Friend Grief and the Military is an impressive piece of nonfiction that will delight, move and help its readers and so I have no choice but to award this stunning book a dazzling five stars so please, read this book and be moved, you will not regret it.

Thank you so much for reading book lovers! I appreciate it so much, I love discussing wonderful books with all of you so please comment below and let me know your thoughts on Friend Grief and the Military: Band of Friends. Do you see yourself reading this book? Do you love the genre? Please let me know your brilliant thoughts below and I will be sure to comment back. Thank you so much again for reading!

Goodbye for now book lovers,

P.S. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is click the Buy on Amazon button and it will take you straight to the book on Amazon U.S.! If you are in the U.K. then below I have attached a link to the book for Amazon U.K..

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Wow! I’m so grateful and pleased that my book meant so much to you. It means a lot to me, too. I don’t come from a military family, though my father, grandfather and two uncles all served. Because of that, it was the one book in my series that I approached with some nervousness. Could I convey the sense of loss, the sense of duty, the deep friendships described by the men and women I researched and interviewed? Your review makes me believe that I was successful. I know I learned a lot, especially when I came across ‘moral injury’.… Read more »

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