Dexter Filkins, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, calls it
“...a tale so extraordinary that at times it seems conjured from a dream; as it unfolds it’s not just Caleb Daniels that comes into focus, but America, too. Jennifer Percy has orchestrated a great narrative about redemption, loss and hope.”
And Esquire magazine calls it
“A powerful debut and a haunting portrait of PTSD, and the effects of war on the psyches of the soldiers who fight and the extreme lengths they'll go to to find relief and heal."
Monologue topics: war, peace, humanity, pacifism, confusion.