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    (PDF/EPUB) [Shooting Ghosts] Thomas J. Brennan ¸ 6 Summary I met O'Reilly and Brennan at a writer's retreat in 2016 and liked both of them immensely Their friendship is inspiring and their book shows why In alternating chapters they tell how they were drawn to war how they reveled in the rush

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    Read Shooting Ghosts characters ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¸ Thomas J. Brennan Thomas J. Brennan ¸ 6 Summary I really enjoyed this book about war from both sides — that of a combat photographer and of a US Marine Photojournalist Finbarr O'Reilly and

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Shooting Ghosts] Shooting Ghosts is a fresh and innovative look at a subject that has frustrated and compelled storytellers for years war as it unfolds on a personal level The story follows Thomas Brennan a Marine who is physically traumatiz

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    Thomas J. Brennan ¸ 6 Summary characters ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¸ Thomas J. Brennan Read Shooting Ghosts Sadly engrossing telling of two people who met in Afghanistan One was a soldier the other a photographer Told in alternating voices

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Shooting Ghosts] Thomas J. Brennan ¸ 6 Summary This book is not really what I expected I don't know why but I thought most of the book would be about combat but that's really cov

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    Read Shooting Ghosts (PDF/EPUB) [Shooting Ghosts] Detailed account of what war looks like and how it affects those who engage in them or have to cover them for international press agenciesThis book tells in graphic detail the horrors of war Reading it will help folks understand why war is so horrible and places scars on those who fight them which last forever It is a must read for all who care about Veterans to help them better understand the invisible scars that Vete

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Shooting Ghosts] Read Shooting Ghosts “People rarely consider it but war correspondents experience similar rates of post traumatic stress as combat veterans” That statement by co author Finbarr O’Reilly is the key to understanding this entire two man war journal Born in South Wales raised in Dublin Ireland and later Vancouver British Columbia as a foreigner combat photogra

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Shooting Ghosts] Thomas Brennan and Finbarr O'Reilly offer a compelling and illuminating first person account of an important conseuence of modern combat which is still not fully understood or in some cases even recognized Brennan a decorated US Marine and O'Reilly an award winning Canadian photojournalist give an interlaced autobiographical account

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Shooting Ghosts] I read this book earlier in the year while attending a war photography conference that focused on immediate and long term effects of photographing in conflict zones In attendance were many of the photographers mentioned in the book Shooting Ghosts brings home a version of what many of the photographers described the power and immediacy of r

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Shooting Ghosts Free read Ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Afghanistan But war correspondents experience similar rates of posttraumatic stress as combat veterans The causes can be different but guilt plays a prominent role in both For Brennan it s the things he s done or didn t do that haunt him Finbarr O Reilly s conscience is nagged by the task of photographing people at their most vulnerable while being able to do little to help and his survival guilt as colleagues die on the job Their friendship offered them both a shot at redemption As we enter the fifteenth year of continuous war it is increasingly urgent not just to document the experiences of the battlefield but also to probe the reverberations that last. Detailed account of what war looks like and how it affects those who engage in them or have to cover them for international press agenciesThis book tells in graphic detail the horrors of war Reading it will help folks understand why war is so horrible and places scars on those who fight them which last forever It is a must read for all who care about Veterans to help them better understand the invisible scars that Veterans carry for the rest of their livesWelcome Home Finbarr and TJ thank you for your service

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Shooting Ghosts Free read Ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Long after combatants and civilians have returned home and to understand the many faces trauma takes Shooting Ghosts looks at the horrors of war directly but then turns to a journey that draws on our growing understanding of what recovery takes Their story told in alternating first person narratives is about the things they saw and did the ways they have been affected and how they have navigated the psychological aftershocks of war and wrestled with reforming their own identities and moral centers While war never really ends for those who ve lived through it this book charts the ways two survivors have found to calm the ghosts and reclaim a measure of peac. People rarely consider it but war correspondents experience similar rates of post traumatic stress as combat veterans That statement by co author Finbarr O Reilly is the key to understanding this entire two man war journal Born in South Wales raised in Dublin Ireland and later Vancouver British Columbia as a foreigner combat photographer O Reilly provides his readers here a brutally candid view of America s recent armed conflicts in Iran and Afghanistan When it comes to war inflicted PTSD O Reilly suggests the causes can be different but guilt plays a prominent role for both those who cover war as journalists and those who fight them For TJ US Marine Thomas J Brennan it s the things he s done or didn t do that haunt him O Reilly writes My own conscience is nagged by the fact that I am paid to photograph people at their most vulnerable while I m able to do little to help Although I don t recall O Reilly or his co author Brennan stating it it s apparent that it was Brennan s haunting memories and O Reilly s nagging conscience that explains this book s title This two man memoir chronicles their individual and cooperative efforts at taking a shot at redemption To confront Brennan s altered reality shooting ghosts that is the single focus here Collaborating with Brennan on this book O Reilly writes restored something within me at a time when I was confronting my own struggles ghosts in the wake of war The BritishCanadian cameraman believes It took getting to know each other for us to understand what trauma means what it does to those who live with it and how to cope O Reilly says We are still learning Brennan s writing partner sums it all up in the prologue This book is about one low ranking individual who carried out his nation s order to fight and is forced to live with the conseuences of his government s actions What makes this retrospective uniue among all the post war analysis of American armed conflicts is here we have a US citizen with a US soldier s point of view meeting a British Canadian with a decidedly anti American point of view This personal war diary documents how the war stories lived and told by two polar opposites became entangled Both authors take turns untangling those stories Neither one pulls any punches when it comes to the US and its prosecution of recent Middle Eastern wars O Reilly speaks of the monumental failure of the US government to provide adeuate care for those who have fought and served overseas It s interesting to read O Reilly s take on America The one time British Columbia resident writes Canadians tend to view the United States as the world s biggest super bully O Reilly points out what he describes as the USA s overt patriotism permissive gun laws and hawkish politicians He suggests Canada s southern neighbor sometimes seems like a hypermilitarized nation on steroids As for America s role in stopping the Taliban in Afghanistan O Reilly writes Brennan believes the war was mostly a senseless waste of resources with life and limb being sacrificed for a resentful population that only wants them gone If O Reilly and Brennan are correct Shooting Ghosts suggests that American troops are not necessarily fighting for the red white and blue We had an American flag at our post in Afghanistan Brennan writes but it wasn t why we fought We had pictures of our families but they weren t our reason either I fought to bring his suad all home alive Everything else was secondary For those who care about the thousands of war veterans who return to civilian life with TBI traumatic brain injuries this is an eye opening read Brennan s new career as a journalist and his hard work on military mental health issues is to be applauded

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Shooting Ghosts Free read Ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB A uniue joint memoir by a US Marine and a conflict photographer whose unlikely friendship helped both heal their war wounded bodies and souls War tears people apart but it can also bring them together Through the unpredictability of war and its aftermath a decorated Marine sergeant and a world trotting war photographer became friends their bond forged as they patrolled together through the dusty alleyways of Helmand province and camped side by side in the desert It deepened after Sergeant T J Brennan was injured during a Taliban ambush and both returned home Brennan began to suffer from the effects of his injury and from the fallout of his tours in Ira and. I really enjoyed this book about war from both sides that of a combat photographer and of a US Marine Photojournalist Finbarr O Reilly and Sgt TJ Brennan first met while both stationed at an outpost in southern Afghanistan s Helmand province The similarities shared PTSD depression frustration with the system in getting help and the maddening mistreatment of employees by both the military and journalism institutions when returning home from conflict forged from the things they experienced and witnessed while doing their jobs makes their bond even stronger It s incredibly well written and movingI heard a terrific interview with both men on NPR s Fresh Air that compelled me to read this

  • Hardcover
  • 336
  • Shooting Ghosts
  • Thomas J. Brennan
  • English
  • 02 November 2020
  • 9780399562549