Michael Kelly’s Book “This Vet’s Autobiography” is an Account of the Injustices that Led Up to the Author Becoming an Unemployed, Handicapped, and Homeless War Veteran

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Recent release “This Vet’s Autobiography” from Page Publishing author Michael Kelly is a gripping memoir that pleads for change in the current Veteran’s Affairs administration.

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Michael Kelly, a war veteran, has completed his new book “This Vet’s Autobiography”: a first-hand account of a life negatively affected by the perceived flaws in the Veteran’s Affairs administration.

Kelly felt a persistent need to pen his life into this book. “This book, the contents of which are very personal, will be a purge for me; for you see I’m a homeless, handicapped, unemployed vet. I have two degrees and no felonies. The misfortunes, maltreatment, and social and economic injustice that I’ve become a victim of should happen to no one.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Michael Kelly’s revealing tale starts at the beginning of his life, thus emphasizing how disconcerting the post-service treatment of some veterans can be and how much ineffective systems can destroy otherwise typical American lives.

Aside for being a story of growing up and of the difficulties of being a handicapped veteran, another major theme of this work circulates around his brother’s murder conviction. Told in first-person narrative form, this book presents the author as a relatable character whose misfortunes strongly reverberate on the readers’ heart strings.

Readers who wish to experience this unsettling work can purchase“This Vet’s Autobiography” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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