A highly unstable army veteran suffering from PTSD is hell-bent on waging his own personal war against Mother Nature. He is the number one target being hunted down by the police in the city of Los Angeles as he rampages through the city in an attempt to provoke such a powerful and overwhelming force as Mother Nature into a highly personal battle. Out of that entire police force, only one officer has gone against the grain and become intent, almost to the point of equal obsession in helping that army veteran to do the impossible and bring Mother Nature to its knees.
This is a short, twenty page story about an army veteran who suffers from PTSD. The story is told through the eyes of a police officer, Sergeant Schaeffer . He seems to be the only one who wants to help Sgt. Major Bushell, the army veteran. The story begins with Sgt. Major Bushell running rampant through the city and destroying nature. He is screaming at nature to fight back; to bring a tsunami upon him. We find out throughout the course of the story that Sgt. Major Bushell has been placed in a psychiatric unit and has escaped. Instead of just locking him back up, Sgt. Schaeffer devises this plan to help him overcome his PTSD.
I don’t want to spoil the story, so I’m going to leave it at that. This is a fast-paced story with a lot of action. I love reading short stories to break up the long books I read. This was the perfect pace and length. I recommend this story for anyone who enjoys reading short, fast-paced stories that are action packed. I also recommend it for anyone who has dealt with PTSD. I rate this story 4 out of 5 stars.
Thank you to Elias Zanbaka for this book in return for an honest review.