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“The one book to read, if you're only reading one.” ―Detroit Free Press
“Slim but powerful . . . truth, unclouded by sentiment.” ―The New York Times Book Review
“One of the most compelling, dramatic, and uplifting pieces of writing you are likely ever to read.” ―St. Louis Post-Dispatch
“Extraordinary . . . An amazing piece of journalism, full of colorful characters and astonishing scenes.” ―Peter Carlson, The Washington Post
“Says more about our essential character than a thousand maudlin tributes.” ―Boris Kachka, New York
Probably one of the most informative literary pieces to rise after the attacks of 9/11. It is an extensive objective and subjective work that explains in detail what it might have... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Liz
This book touches on the heroism, heart and strength that came out of this tragic event.Published 9 months ago by Mo B
William Langewiesche is a liar. Capital L, small i, small a, small r, period. The absolutely most charitable explanation is that he passed off unsubstantiated rumor as fact without... Read morePublished 14 months ago by radar
Down played by the guilty , naysayers have there head up their behind if they think the accounts mentioned the missive are made upPublished 17 months ago by jonnimaz
It goes into detail about the search and rescue at the WTC site and the aftermath. IT is a great book to read.Published 17 months ago by Albert R. Grenon
Had to get this book for class, but it was a good read. Very interesting and thought provoking. Not a perfect book, or all encompassing, but an interesting perspective and... Read morePublished 23 months ago by TE
Once i got started this book was tough to put down. I thought the character development and interesting focus on the deconstruction of the twin towers was well done.Published 24 months ago by Kit Frost
Having read the book I was bothered by the number of easily verifiable errors. It's not that I sat and fact checked, they were well known facts that I felt were off. Read morePublished on April 11, 2013 by JustJenNYC