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New Book: I Can Still Hear Their Cries, Even in My Sleep - A Journey Into PTSD "A Raw and Moving Testament to the Enduring Pain of War"

A teenage US Marine Corps medic left the U.S. for a tour in Southeast Asia in 1966 with dreams and goals of someday becoming a doctor. Those 364 days in Vietnam forever changed his life. Forty years later, at age sixty, he is still fighting through depression, nightmares, and recurring flashbacks with intrusive thoughts- known as PTSD. When he relates to his personal demons he states; "I Can Still Hear Their Cries, Even In My Sleep."

Chicago, IL, September 23, 2007 --( JEM Marketing Inc. is pleased to announce the publication by co-owner E. Everett McFall. In I Can Still Hear Their Cries, Even in My Sleep, former Marine Corps medic E. Everett McFall tells of his decades-long battle with post-traumatic stress disorder following his military tour of duty in Vietnam. It is a heartrending and brutally honest account of one man’s struggle to come to terms with one of the century’s longest and bloodiest wars.

Outskirts Press is pleased to announce the publication of I Can Still Hear Their Cries, Even in My Sleep. Former Marine Corps medic E. Everett McFall served his country with pride and honor, but the horrors he bore witness to in Vietnam more than forty years ago still haunt him. As he writes in his introduction: “I have PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder. It’s an instant video playback in my mind; with cranial surround sound… I have been reliving and revisiting my tour in Vietnam, daily, since 1967…”

At the urging of a psychotherapist at the Jessie Brown Veterans Administration Hospital in Chicago, McFall began to write down his concerns and fears, expressing as openly as possible his thoughts on this experiences in Vietnam. Thus began the painstaking process of relaying his ever-present memories of the Vietnam War into poetry.

From the opening poem “You Forgot, I Can’t” through such meditations as “Little Tiny Faces,” “The Eyes of Death,” “The Battles Never STOP,” and “Survivors Guilt,” McFall provides the reader with a much better understanding of PTSD and its effects on the mind and body. It is a cathartic work that shows the torment and pain of a Vietnam War Veteran while providing a shocking, sensory insight into life as a Marine medic.

“With this work,” McFall says, “I hope to bring healing to the veteran as he or she reflects and recalls, and that those non-military folk will be educated and develop a deeper understanding and sympathy for what we went through.”

I Can Still Hear Their Cries is a brave, powerful, and absorbing work that provides support for all veterans and their families; it should be on the shelf of every public and military library.

“Searing and Ruthlessly Honest, a Must Read!” —Dr. James B. Lane, PhD, Distinguished Historian, Prolific Author, and Professor.

ISBN: 978-1-4327-0457-5 Format: 6x9 paperback Pages: 72 SRP: $11.95

About the Author
Both he and his wife are students at Indiana University Northwest; Everett is on the “Deans List.” He is a member of five Veterans organizations, assist other veterans at local VA Hospitals. Writing his first two books has afforded E. Everett McFall rays of hope, as he continues to struggle with his inner demons that he painfully relates, "I can still hear their cries, even in my sleep


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