I think Ishmael's uncle because that he still made the connection with him even though he knew what he did. Most people would shut someone out who did these terrible things to many of people. He took him in like a son and didn't judge him on his past, but his present and future. "..., but I woried whether his family would accept me the way he had-without asking me about my war years" (Beah 176).
Its hard to answer this because I could go either way. I am glad he has made it this far but it still would be hard not to fall back under this influence. Its sort of like alcohol or even drugs, you can easily fall back under after watching the rehabilitation shows. The PTSD effects him hard, making it easy for him to get hostile because this being one of the possible side effects.
What he does really well is putting you in their shoes. he describes the places as if you were there. "One side of the sky was completely blue and the other was filled with stagnant clouds. The quiet breeze caused a branch to snap in the distance. The echo sounded like a cry, a wailing" (Beah 90). I like this because the words used to describe the area and the personification of the branch snapping caught my attention bringing the story to life.
These kids became robots that cause traumatic damage and great amounts of it. This was hit life so he speaks this casually. "Some people were injured, but not so severely as to keep them from fighting; others, like my self, had received many bullet wounds that they ignored" (Beah 156). Its scary what these kids had turned into, mini fighting machines. They are only kids but got turned into terrible things. For most of them screwing up them for the rest of their lives.