The true story of a WWII soldier who lives with PTSD for nearly sixty years before he gets help, and the family who shows him the road back home to a love, that in the end, was more important than glory. The laughter, the struggle, the tears, the breakthroughs in "The Long Trip to Arlington" can inspire any family who has coped with loss, any veteran who lived through a war, any child whose growth came at the price of family dysfunction. You can't turn it off, and you can't wait to turn it back on. Listen to this book.
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