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With the 10th anniversary of 9/11, I had read many new books about that horrible day.
She is a very talented writer, and her story is tender and poignant: a beautiful tale of deep love between a man and wife, and tragic early death.
While I was reading her book, I could feel myself in her shoes, it was like I was living her life.
Heartwrenching account of loss. I couldn't put it down. Fontana is a sensitive and thoughtful writer.Published 2 months ago by teacherusa
This was very interesting but it really drug out and got a bit boring in details and politics in building of the memorial of 9/11.
Yes I would still recommend this book.
This is one of the hardest books to get through but it was fantastic. Marian does a great job of taking you through the events of 9/11 and the aftermath for so many.Published 14 months ago by rozmom3
Not only was this book beautifully written it is a beautiful true story of loss that only a true American will understand. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Alanna
I know there are many of us who were never the same after 9/11. Most of us had it easy. This book will put the real perspective in what it meant to be a true victim of 9/11.... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kathy Welter
This memoir of a widow whose husband was a firefighter that died on 9/11 was heartwrenching to read. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Love2Read
'A Widow's Walk: A Memoir of 9/11' is a book that touched my heart. Marian Fontana has the gift of making you feel as though you are right there with her, through the good and bad. Read morePublished on May 7, 2012 by Deborah R