This is an honest account of Jasons life inside and outside of the military. Its underlined throughout with his battles with mental health issues. Jason offers himself up fully in this book warts and all and I could imagine it must have been a hard yet rewarding exercise.

Reading this book makes you focus on your own mental health and ask those questions about your life but it also offers a ray of light and access to the knowledge that there is help and recovery on the others side of darkness.

The content of the book itself does jump around a little but in a nice way drawing from detailed battlefield memories to the effects they have had on shaping his life. Jason talks a lot about his life after the military and how he eventually found a career that suited him it offers up great advice to those questioning their own career decisions and it gives you hope that there is happiness in work trust yourself and channel the inner child to allow you to be present and adventurous.