Tamsin is a naval medical officer working at Selly Oak, about to go on her first deployment to Afghanistan. She receives what can only be described as a baptism of fire. This young and deeply caring woman is left scarred and shocked by her experiences. Paul, a paratrooper, has arrived back in Selly Oak with life changing injuries both physical and mental, and has a frightening road ahead. Both have different paths to follow and challenges to meet on the road to find happiness and peace in the aftermath. Tamsin's War will take the reader on a vivid journey with the medical evacuation teams deployed in Afghanistan. It highlights the highs and lows of those fighting the Taliban, those fighting to keep the injured alive, the helicopter crews tasked to extract the injured and the medical personnel who fix those lives shattered by the conflict. Tamsin's War is frank regarding facts about injuries witnessed and the physical and emotional affects of these wounds. It will take you through the emotional roller coaster of a full operational deployment in Afghanistan and how it affects and changes those exposed to the reality of modern day war.