With great sympathy and profound insight, THE INVISIBLE FRONT details America's problematic treatment of the troops who return from war far different than when they'd left and uses the Graham family’s work as a new way of understanding the human cost of war and its lingering effects off the battlefield.
This vital book is a stirring call for action
to better aid American soldiers who struggle alone with depression—
and civilians who suffer from our most stigmatized disease as well.”
–New York Times Book Review