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5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding!
By danemeadon November 26, 2015
 
Outstanding, amazing, one of the most emotionally rewarding books I've ever read!
 
5.0 out of 5 stars and had to wipe tears from my eyes while reading like this one did
By louise zaccagninoon October 15, 2015
 
One of the few books that made me emotional, and had to wipe tears from my eyes while reading like this one did, esp at the end. Did have a happy ending tho. One of the best reads!
 
5.0 out of 5 stars You must read Nathan's story with Kleenex ready.
By B. Marcuson September 17, 2015
 
This book was so well written. I could not put it down and neglected my to do list until it was finished. I actually felt like I was in the twin towers on 9/11. I did think the end was a bit of a let down, but that was because I wanted the story to continue.
 
5.0 out of 5 stars An extraordinary,moving story of loss and rebirth.
By Pete Barber (Author) on October 23, 2014
 
This novel was a real roller-coaster ride!
 
5.0 out of 5 stars A killer storm drives two people together for far more than survival
By Sam B. Wagneron January 4, 2016
 
Outstanding characters realistic situations -- fantastic drama as each finds help from the other in a most unlikely scenario of destruction from incredible forces of nature. A great read and well worth the time.

From the Author

Appreciate you joining me on these magnificent journeys. I am a multi-genre, award-winning, bestselling author, fueling an obsession for observing, questioning, and understanding our universe. My books will shock, enlighten, transcend, surprise, and just plain get your pulse pumping! Writing to me is as necessary as breathing and I live to tell my tales. Escape into a book and forever change your outlook! Thanks for reading!
Neil D. Ostroff

Product Details

  • File Size: 389 KB
  • Print Length: 120 pages
  • Publisher: Dark Horizons Press (November 8, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 8, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005FX0K7U
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #303,379 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Raised in a rural town outside of Philadelphia, Neil D. Ostroff has been a published author for more than twenty years. He is an avid poker player when not working on his novels. Neil also enjoys fishing, hiking, and all things outdoors. He's been interviewed in such publications as PHILADELPHIA MAGAZINE, THE PHILADELPHIA INTELLIGENCER, TIME PUBLISHING, and THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER.

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An elevator ride cut short by the crash of an airplane into one of the twin towers is the opening of this book. We follow Nathan Cruz as he tries to rescue people while trying to reach his wife who is several floors above him. He has contact with her by cell phone but the fire is keeping her where she is and a blocked stairwell is preventing him from going to her. Neil saves dozens of people and eventually is seen as a hero by everyone else but himself. He has failed.
Ten years later we find Nathan has dropped out of life and is living on a small boat in the Florida Keys, keeping himself in food with fishing and the gathering of eggs from his pet chicken. A hurricane is quickly approaching the Keys but Nathan is determined to ride out the storm, though even the most seasoned of residents are telling him to evacuate. The storm is so powerful that Nathan loses his small craft but manages to make it to shore. There he spots a lone figure, struggling against the storm. Intrigued that someone is still around, he follows the figure who, as it turns out, is Miriam Kanter, a fellow individualist who was determined not to leave. She invites him into her shelter and it is there that Nathan's life changes drastically.

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Some books just stay with you. Some scenes continue to stir up emotions and ride with you like a backseat driver, popping up now and again to remind you of something or in this case remind you of a feeling. In Heir to Power (Michele Poague), it was the scene when Kinter holds one of their band as he dies; in Eragon it was the tomb transformed into crystal. But with some books, there are so many pieces that hang in there. I believe for many of us this will be one of those books.
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This book drew me in by the second page. It so clearly brought back the images of that horrifying September day. Nathan was such an easy character to care about-so battered by life- but still somehow holding on. I was captivated by Nathan's rocky path to salvation from beginning to end.
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This book is an amazing emotional story.The way this author describes Nathan's horrific experience during the N.Y.Twin towers terrorists attack and then how Nathan deals with the aftermath..there are no words to describe how this evoked emotions within as I read it.When Hurricane Charles hits and Nathan meets Miriam and how they interact & literaly touch each other's souls is almost haunting in how it stayed with me awhile even after finishing the book.Don't pass this one up.It is an excellant moving story.Well done Mr. Ostroff! Thank you for writing this.
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I love this Novel so much I wrote an article about it for Yahoo Voices, it can be seen by visiting [...] This is an amazing story and Neil D. Ostroff is an incredibly talented writer. I would highly recommend this to every one along with all of his works!
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I really enjoyed this book, quick read with memorable characters that stay with you. The pace of writing and level of detail provides for a satisfying reading experience. One of my favorite writers.
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By Carol A. on October 21, 2012
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Coming to terms with your past is not an easy thing to do. It certainly could help your future with a better outcome. The author does a great job of pulling the reader in all the events that are unfolding as they occur. 9/11 will always stand out in all our minds. Hopefully something like that will never happen again.
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A romance that begins in the disaster of the World Trade Center? The opening of this novella is riveting and disturbing as the author takes us inside the burning, imploding buildings. His vivid portrayal of the chaos and incredulity of those moments will not soon be forgotten.Ten years later, Nathan, the protaganist, is living in as much obscurity as he can find in the Florida Keys. It takes another disaster to turn his life around. The story centers on Nathan and the two women who touch his soul. This is a short piece and can be heart-wrenching at times. Ultimately, Nathan has to choose between embracing life or continuing a living death.

Dana Taylor
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Since I am 82 years old I read this book rivited to the story line with so many deaths. I have had most of my friends pass and many with Hospice Care so I was attracted to learn what Hospice does to ease the end of life.

The book was fast reading and very very moving. In a way it was extremely spiritual and it made me realize
how lucky we all are for every breath we take and every day we live.

Although I have been depressed lately this book actually cheered me up. We create our own happiness was something I have known all my life but it brought it back into focus for me.

I do not rate many books five stars.. So to award this book that star rating and write a review is indicative of how I feel about it. Buy it and read it. You will not regret it.
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