|Reviews & Signings
Dr. Bryan Ruocco is trying to find the answers he felt were lost so long ago. A successful professor diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, it troubled him that he was experiencing these symptoms when he'd never experienced any combat while serving in Vietnam. What he didn't expect would come in a series of revelations that come to the surface and change him forever.
In The Invisible Moon, author J. Robert DiFulgo takes readers on a harrowing journey of unlocked memories that are placed against the backdrop of significant events during the Vietnam War. The resurfacing of the principal character's past reveals to him that he was part of a forbidden love triangle that involved his best friend and a woman who is straddling two worlds.
'I wrote the book to help individuals to accept their natural and innate life in spite of socisty's restrictions within our social and political institutions. The events in the novel are tied to events that are just as important today, such as the repeal of the 'Don't ask. Don't tell' policy and the epidemic of PTSD in returning veterans. One of the key messages is making peace with one's past in order to preserve one's present.'
The result is a passionate, somber tale of remembrance that will captivate readers from beginning to end.
The Washington Post June 2011