"Michael Anthony's book Mass Casualties is unique and important. It is unique because it is written from the perspective of an army medic and provides insights about courage, suffering, resilience, and death that could come from no other source. It is important because it provides a deeper understanding of PTSD, suicide, divorce, and other consequences of the Iraq War than they can gain from newspaper headlines and television interviews. Readers of this incredible book will never look at war or its aftermath in quite the same way again."
—Stanley Krippner, Ph.D.
Co-author: Haunted by Combat: Understanding PTSD in War Veterans