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  • Jake Wood writes unflinchingly about his life, whether on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, the trading desks of Canary Wharf or the frenzied, hallucinatory landscape of sexual passion . . . A more pertinent story of our time it is hard to imagine

    John Irvin, director of Hamburger Hill
  • The most haunting and moving account of how battle scars your mind

    Daily Mail
  • Jake Wood tells his story with an expert eye for detail . . . intensely gripping and emotional

    The Scotsman
  • As a military historian, I have read thousands of first-hand accounts of war, in all its gore and glory, brutality and suffering. But there were tears in my eyes as I followed Wood’s story of his descent into the bleakness of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    Tony Rennell, Daily Mail
  • Jake Wood is . . . a burning man who shapes sentences with a poet's heart and a fighter's rage . . . This one soldier's story is indeed extraordinary and a reminder that if you can write like Jake Wood, your life - whether lived in your head or in the world at large - will be far from ordinary

    The National

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