Filled with love, resilience, humor, wonder, and encouragement, the letters offer a unique perspective on the events of the unforgettable day that forever changed our world.
The authors of these letters are adolescents, teens, young adults, spouses, parents, siblings, nieces, and grandparents. They are first- generation Americans, citizens of other nations, and lifelong New Yorkers. But they all share one thing: They honor their loved ones by living their lives with purpose, and a promise to never forget.
These courageous family members share their grief and loss-and hope- speaking in their own words, with love, courage, and strength enough to inspire us all.
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
|Sold by:||Penguin Group|
|File size:||4 MB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Brian Curtis is a New York Times bestselling author, a former television reporter and host, a national radio contributor, and a media consultant.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I can't put it down!
Love this book, it was very touching and eye opening, as to how the families left behind on this tragic day have gone on to honor their lost loved ones. It shows the spirit of these families and how they have gone on to build their lives with positivity.
i'm a chinese,and i read this book in a cafe this afternoon,i cried again and again for how real a person can be when facing its love hide inside deeply, that's really so beautiful and great