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PTSD
PTSD | Guillaume Singelin
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After returning home from an unpopular war, Jun becomes an outsider in an indifferent world. Alone, desperate, and suffering from wounds both mental and physical, she seeks relief in the illicit drugs she manages to purchase or steal. Juns tough exterior served her well in combat, but shell need to nurture her vulnerability and humanity to survive at home. With the support of her fellow vets, the kindness of a stranger who refuses to turn away, and the companionship of a dog named Red, Jun learns to navigate the psychological trauma that she experienced in the war. Singelin's PTSD is an adult fiction graphic novel that grapples with the reality of being a war veteran about a traumatized war vet who must fend for herself against all odds.
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QuoteQueen
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The artwork was lovely with the background coloration matching the mood of the story. The story follows a veteran home from war, abandoned by her government, and struggling. It‘s not until she gains a furry companion does she start to recover, abandoning pills & instead finding peace in community and helping others. The struggle she experiences is all too accurate in what many vets experience returning home with invisible wounds of war.

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QuoteQueen
PTSD | Guillaume Singelin
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Starting this while watching some younglings play outside.

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Brie
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A war veteran comes back home to civilian life, but can‘t quite adjust back into a society that hates her for all the death and destruction she‘s caused, while gangs hook veterans on pain pills to keep them complacent in this graphic novel about mental health and community. The watercolor illustrations are so lovely and detailed and the story ends on a hopeful note.

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From the colors to the types of lines in the art, there are so many details that play with the story that I couldn‘t help get excited over. I completely recommend this graphic novel and think it is an important read to incorporate in the much needed discussion about the subject.