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I listened to this is in one session although it was not my intention initially. I could not stop listening. It was an unbelievable nightmare. However we all know that it was indeed the truth and not some 'made for TV' movie. Oh how we all wish that it had been.
Erik Ronningen gives us just enough detail so that we get an idea of just how dire things must have been on that infamous September day way back in 2001. However, thankfully he does not over dramatize the situation just leaving that to us, the reader.
Andrew Firda and Katie McCall give stifling performances which definitely added to my enjoyment of this well written history of that dreadful day.
A true FIVE star novel.
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Sucha sad sad day...saying it was a sad day is putting it lightly...I was crying just listening to what these poor people went through...anyways very well written as well as narrated....
This book tells the remarkable story of what happened inside the twin towers on 9/11 from the perspectives of those that managed to survive. Ranging from those that just missed the disaster due to luck/fate all the way to those who almost didn't make it. It includes some detailed descriptions of how the explosions of the planes rocked the buildings and how this affected people's .escape and the story of those trapped under the collapse. . Most importantly this book details some of the heroism inside the towers and doesn't stop with the escape. It was great to find out what happened to those who's stories are told.
This book is a celebration of life and not at all morbid or ghoulish. A fascinating and insightful book that everyone should read.