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November Ever After: A Memoir of Tragedy and Triumph in the Wake of the 1970 Marshall Football Plane Crash Paperback – July 29, 2011


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 168 pages
  • Publisher: iUniverse Publishing (July 29, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1462004040
  • ISBN-13: 978-1462004041
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #727,903 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Craig T. Greenlee is a veteran sports journalist and Marshall University graduate. He has served as sports editor at UPSCALE Magazine and is a former correspondent for Black Issues in Higher Education. Greenlee and his wife, Cynthia, live in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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Craig T. Greenlee is a veteran free-lance sports journalist with over three decades of seasoning as a writer, editor, layout artist and photographer. The Marshall University graduate currently serves as a contributing correspondent for DIVERSE: Issues in Higher Education Magazine and is a former sports editor for UPSCALE Magazine. "November Ever After", a memoir about his days as a college jock at Marshall University, represents Craig's debut as a book author. The memoir has garnered much applause for its ability to engage and captivate. Here's a snippet from a book review: "I found "November Ever After" extremely painful to read at times, but also incredibly satisfying because it fills in the blanks in my own knowledge, forces me to resurrect long-buried memories and shares with others the African-American experiences at MU that many of us have long wished would be examined some day."

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I read this book and found that it was well written.
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After reading this book you will not think about football the same again.
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I received this book as a Christmas gift and could not put it down.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Birdland40 on January 5, 2013
Format: Paperback
I received this book as a Christmas gift and could not put it down. I have read many books about the 1970 Marshall plane crash, but this one offers a totally different perspective. First of all, the author was there-on campus, living in the dorms, with strong ties to the players. He also offers a lot of information regarding the 1968 undefeated freshman team for the Herd, of which he was a member, which COULD have provided the great turnaround the program so badly needed. Not much has been written about the racial tensions on campus at time-Greenlee does an excellent job of describing these situations and how the plane crash prevented what could have been all out racial battle. A must read-a perspective of the 1970 tragedy never before seen.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Karen Hauck on February 2, 2013
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I was there. I saw the plane go down. This book was very real to me. Well written, factual. I learned some things I never knew.
I'm glad I read it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By O.L.R. on September 28, 2011
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This book is a "must read". Whether you remember reading about the Marshall University tragedy, hearing about it or as the author
relates "living through it and living with it," you will experience a profound sense of "connection" to the events that occured on that fateful night. The author has done, in my opinion, a masterful job of relating the "intimate" details of the much broader and far-reaching significance of one of the most devastating tragedies in college sports history.

Oswald L. (Oz) Roach
Charleston, WV
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By Ray P on May 15, 2014
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This book was absolutely terrible. Instead of focusing on the tragic plane crash that took the members of the Marshall Thundering Herd Football Team the author instead chooses to focus on race relations in Huntington, WV.
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By Steve Houston on May 8, 2014
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This I must read for anyone over 40 years old. This book really brings to life the turbulent times of the 1970's in small town America. It is more than a book about a plane crash, football, loss or about getting knocked down and getting back up.This book touches so many emotions. After reading this book you will not think about football the same again.
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By Lucy E. Hall on March 27, 2014
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Amazing story full of heart, pain and redemption. I could not put it down ...incredible story. I remember when this happened.
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By Tim Weber on February 25, 2014
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As noted, this was written from a different side of the whole tragic incident. The author broke to the surface many stories and memeories that only someone who was there, who was involved with the program, who was at the school at that time and who knew those that were lost and those who lived on. A very interesting and thought provoking delivery. No punches held back. Gives a whole new perspective.
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November Ever After is an excellent account of the emotions felt by all who survived the Marshall Plane crash. Of course no one on the plane survived the crash but I consider anyone who lived in Huntington, WV or attended Marshall University at the time of the crash as a survivor. I know because I watched the news crawl across the TV screen the night of November 14, 1970, saying a plane had crashed at Tri State Airport. As soon as I saw it I knew it was the Marshall plane. It hit me like a bullet; even though I had no personal friends on the plane, I was a fan. The loss of the team was like loosing part of my family.
Mr. Greenlee has a unique view of the tragedy; he was a player on the 1969 football team and could have been on the 1970 team. He knew the players and coaches, was good friends with many of them. His account of how the crash affected the students and girl friends of the deceased players is a story that as far as I know has never been told. His story is well told and I recommend this book to anyone interested in Marshall football or the aftermath of the crash. If you start to read it be prepared to read it all the way through, it is hard to put down.
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