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Hello to All That: A Memoir of War, Zoloft, and Peace Hello to All That: A Memoir of War, Zoloft, and Peace

by John Falk

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"John Falk has somehow written a book about war and the even more terrifying darkness within him that manages to be both poignant and irresistibly funny at the same time. Hello to All That is a brilliant, moving, hilarious, and altogether completely original memoir that will undoubtedly go down as an instant classic."
--Sebastian Junger, author of The Perfect Storm

"By turns hilarious and harrowing, Hello to All That is a literary tour de force that will have readers alternately laughing out loud and nervously checking their own psychological pulse. In a manner that cannot be readily explained, Falk combines the story of his own battle with depression with his madcap misadventures as a journalistic wannabe in war-ravaged Bosnia to produce a memoir that is funny, unstintingly honest, and remarkably touching."
--Scott Anderson, war journalist and author of Triage and The Man Who Tried to Save the World

"Falk's portrait of a ruined city, the confusion, and the humanity is rich and vivid, and the characters he introduces are beautifully realized. A remarkably warm, surprisingly moving, and timely portrait of daily life in a war zone."
--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)