Invisible: PTSD's Stealth Attack on a Vietnam Veteran: A Candid and Heart-Wrenching Memoir of Life with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

"Invisible" is real life: flashbacks, nightmares, and anger alongside friendship, love, and recovery. Bill Blaylock suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder for years. The ultimate revelation of his malady explained everything: the 39 jobs, the failed marriage, and the fear that prompted him to check the perimeter of his home every night-- even forty years after the war. The book "Invisible: PTSD's Stealth Attack on a Vietnam Veteran" is comfort for every soldier, every wife, every family, and every victim of a stealth disease that wreaks havoc with its gruesome memories, guilt, and loneliness. Despite the horrific experiences, Bill Blaylock has learned to cherish God, family, friends, and country.


William J. Blaylock
Blaylock depicts the Vietnam War as his most life-changing event. He cites literary influence from Tim O’Brien. Blaylock’s use of detailed descriptions to identify the tragedy, More...