The Only Plane in the Sky: The Oral History of 9/11

October 19, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Unforgettable It seems that everybody remembers where they were when JFK was assassinated, and when the Twin Towers fell in New York. Some events change our perception of our world. 9/11 certainly did. Pointless seeking to pick out “highlights” from such a book as this. Each memory is a highlight and life-changing for the one who experienced it firsthand. For some strange reason, the story recounted of an 11 month old daughter, who lost her mother, stayed with me. Of how the young child became quieter,…

Anonymous says:

Heartbreaking A book on such a devastating day perhaps shouldn’t get 5 stars but it was a wonderful testimony to the courage and bravery of the American people. I come from Northern Ireland and we lost 3000 men women and children in 50 yrs. To lose 3000 people in hours is unreal. I cried reading the book because I could feel emotion in every page and even though it’s the saddest book you will ever read I felt privileged to read it. Total admiration for the American people . Buy the book you will thank God…

Anonymous says:

Wow!!! There arnt words to describe this book it makes you glad you wernt there in that terrible day. The bravery of the emergency people, ordinary people, and the people in charge. Rip.

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