Any Patriotic American or Briton, true to his country will certainly not mind having a copy of this magnificent Novel. A must read! —Dorothy Parker
Never heard before accounts of the 9/11, from a woman who survived the terror attack by jumping from the 83rd floor! A must read. — Gary Darius
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Writing at the height of her narrative and imaginative gifts, Sharon Lee presents a masterpiece full of intriguing thrill, adventure, romance and immense suspense. Set to become a bestselling NOVEL! — Juan Dillon
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A CHILD PLAYS
Being supported by a stroller a Child plays laughs and walks all at the same time. He walks about two blocks north of the tower, 86th floor. The second plane hits and explodes. Melisa and the baby are pushed back by the sheer force.
This would have been an excellent day to be late for work. But Melisa, a 32-year-old sales rep, was customarily in good time.
Normally, she would have come alone. Her nanny had just rang her early in the morning. She had encountered an emergency. Melisa had no choice but to take her adorable child with her to her working place.
As it would turnout later this was a decision she would live to regret for the rest of her life.
Someone screams. A second plane has hit. This was no coincidence. People in the office started running to the windows. There was an odd, dull thud, thousands of pieces of paper swirling through the air like a tickertape parade. Pieces of window glasses and wall bricks were filling up the air. It now more than clear that this was a terrorist attack. It was an orchestrated attack against innocent people who did not deserve such. All this was in the name of a god that did not even exist. The real God is peaceful and loving; not hateful. He shows mercy instead of judgment. In Him, mercy triumphs over judgment.
Early that morning troy too had arrived at his administrative desk, the 83rd floor of the World Trade Centre's North Tower at 7.35am as accustomed. It was a dazzling, sunny morning...
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It was a very sad story I cried
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