Written by a Vietnam veteran, Something About Ann is an intense and compelling novel of the aftermath of war, the varying effects soldiers experience as they attempt to reenter a world so very different from the one they left, and the bonds formed that enable these young men to persevere.
CLEVELAND (PRWEB) January 05, 2018
Something About Ann contains a novella of the same name and eleven, mostly interconnected, short stories. Many of the stories continue the journey of a group of Vietnam soldiers who survived a horrific experience in Cambodia.
Violence and turmoil continue to haunt the soldiers as they try to normalize their lives after returning to the states. Sometimes relying on the help of each other, and sometimes relying on the skills they’ve gained in combat, most prevail.
Reader Views says: “Something About Ann, by J. Everett Prewitt is an excellent book of short stories including a novella of the same name, that will touch the heart of all. As a military “brat,” family member, and psychologist for the military, each of the short, compelling stories hit home for me. I have seen so much of what Prewitt so vividly describes, I found I could relate closely with each of these men…
Something About Ann by J. Everett Prewitt is a must read for all who are interested in learning about brotherhood, bonding, passion, and survival.”—Carol Hoyer, Reader Views
Prewitt is the author of A Long Way Back and Snake Walkers. Both have received numerous awards.
J. Everett Prewitt is a Viet Nam veteran and former Army officer.