The Boy Died In Vietnam

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A raw portrayal of Don’s experience during the Vietnam War, dealing with dead and dying children. He exposes his soul discussing events in his life while coping with PTSD issues, not knowing for 40 years that he was suffering from the disorder. As conditions worsen he moves into a tent in the woods. Through treatment he returns to Vietnam and in a matter of a few months his whole life has changed. More
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About Don P. Bick

Don is a Vietnam Veteran. Recently he spent several months in Vietnam working on his war memoirs - The Boy Died In Vietnam. He has written several novels and short stories. His two favorite topics are love and life after death. Visit his website for more information. Your comments are always appreciated!

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Reviews of The Boy Died In Vietnam by Don P. Bick

Elizabeth Rowan Keith reviewed on Nov. 7, 2012

How well I remember this era, and the difficulties that came from it. This book is a must read for anyone touched by the Vietnam generation. It contains an honest account of the effects of that war on not only military personnel, but also on those of us who have been in relationships with them. Don Bick's descriptions of Post Traumatic Stress symptoms would be helpful to anyone who comes through intensely traumatic times. I applaud Don Bick's courage to heal. Than you, Don, for writing this book. I highly recommend it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Suzy Stewart Dubot reviewed on April 12, 2012

Being of a similar age to the author and having been well aware of the war in Viet Nam, this story affected me perhaps more than someone younger. I read it in one day...
A young man who had a promising future before entering the war, returns from Viet Nam a changed person. He will spend the next 42 years of his life as a misfit.
These memoirs are well documented so that one is drawn into the hopelessness resulting from a war fought by so many young, impressionable people. Mr. Bick has struggled on when so many others have fallen for one reason or another. I am quite humbled by his will to survive when up against so much adversity and ignorance.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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