What Our Clients Say
RC LeBeau has written an unusual book. It will never reach Pulitzer levels but deserves to read by those wanting to understand what makes a warrior and what the journey is like. LeBeu writes in common language, flawed but eloquent and raw. His truthfulness, pride and honor is evident to any reader. He worked very hard to survive, learned street smarts and martial arts; he survived a frightening tour with an assignment that put him in many different ‘hotspots’. His gratitude for survival, faith and humility are evident- he imbues every Marine Corps value.
The reason I strongly recommend this book is its unique tone and content- it is raw footage, like a personal documentary delayed 50 plus years. Most observers hear bits and pieces of this type of telling- snippets in bars or VFWs, suffused by liquid anesthesia. RC LeBeau gives you the full, sober, terrifying narrative in detailed, non polemic manner. It is not suffused with poetry, politics or philosophical musings- it is raw, personal and puts the reader in a rare position- front line in a combat Marines gear.
Dr. Jerry A. Boriskin
Clinical Psychologist ptsd