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Fall and Rise
Fall and Rise: The Story of 9/11 | MItchell Zuckoff
Years in the making, this spellbinding, heartbreaking, and ultimately uplifting narrative is an unforgettable portrait of 9/11. This is a 9/11 book like no other. Masterfully weaving together multiple strands of the events in New York, at the Pentagon, and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, Fall and Rise is a mesmerizing, minute-by-minute account of that terrible day. In the days and months after 9/11, Mitchell Zuckoff, then a reporter for the Boston Globe, wrote about the attacks, the victims, and their families. After further years of meticulous reporting, Zuckoff has filled Fall and Rise with voices of the lost and the saved. The result is an utterly gripping book, filled with intimate stories of people most affected by the events of that sunny Tuesday in September: an out-of-work actor stuck in an elevator in the North Tower of the World Trade Center; the heroes aboard Flight 93 deciding to take action; a veteran trapped in the inferno in the Pentagon; the fire chief among the first on the scene in sleepy Shanksville; a team of firefighters racing to save an injured woman and themselves; and the men, women, and children flying across country to see loved ones or for work who suddenly faced terrorists bent on murder. Fall and Rise will open new avenues of understanding for everyone who thinks they know the story of 9/11, bringing to lifeand in some cases, bringing back to lifethe extraordinary ordinary people who experienced the worst day in modern American history. Destined to be a classic, Fall and Rise will move, shock, inspire, and fill hearts with love and admiration for the human spirit as it triumphs in the face of horrifying events.
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dariazeoli
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keithlafo
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A remarkably coherent account of what happened on 9/11, grounded by the stories of people who survived and those who died. A must-read.

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sblbooks
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#12BooksOf2022 #12DaysOfChristmas @Andrew65
#nonfiction
If you like The Only Plane in the Sky read this one next. I try to read at least one book based on 9/11 every year. This one gutted me.😞

Andrew65 I can imagine this is very difficult reading. 14mo
Cinfhen OMG!! Im still gutted from this powerful audio!!! And it‘s been at least 2 years!!! SO GOOD 14mo
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Gryffleclaw95
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You know the phrase, “it‘s not you, it‘s me”? I‘ve never had this before with a book, but on today‘s anniversary of 9/11, I have decided to put this book back on my shelves. Don‘t get me wrong, this book is very good, and is incredibly well-written. However, I‘ve always had a hard time reading non-fiction books and I‘ve spent the past year trying to read this with no avail. I will try this one again one day as its history is so important.

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TiredLibrarian
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This is so good, and so difficult to read. It tells the stories of several people involved in the events of 9/11: plane passengers, pilots, first responders, people trapped in buildings. It's told roughly in the order of before, during & after the attacks. So many tragedies & so many miracles. #nonfiction #history #911

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StargazerM27
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Commemorating the 20th anniversary of 9/11. This book vividly brings back the horror of that day.

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TiredLibrarian
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This is really, really good, and I'm sorry I started reading it. Just devastating. #nonfiction #history #911

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Hestapleton
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This past week has honestly been terrible I can feel my mental health flagging. So despite real feel temps in the 90s and constant humidity, I‘m going to hang out with my books underneath a tree in my backyard with a jug full of icy lemon-mint water (mint from my landscaping!) and try to remind myself to take deep breaths.

AmyG I hope things ease for you soon. 3y
TrishB Hope this week improves. 3y
Ruthiella Sounds like an excellent plan! Hope you feel better soon. ❤️ 3y
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DivineDiana Sending ❤️ 3y
Jas16 Sending ❤️ and wishes that tomorrow is a be day. 3y
Soubhiville I hope things look up for you! This sounds like an excellent start. 3y
Suet624 A wonderful way to spend the day. Relax, nap, read, repeat. 3y
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megnews
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Sad but also amazingly well done on the events of 9/11.

#12booksof2020

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Amiable
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I am very meticulous and demanding with my star ratings. A book has to be very special to earn a 5-star rating from me. Some years I don‘t give out any 5-star ratings. This year I had three. These are the ones that met my high standards this year.
#5StarReads2020

S3V3N I loved Long Way Down! 3y
arubabookwoman Fall and Rise was 5 ⭐️ for me too. 3y
Amiable @BeaG I don‘t normally read YA but this was so highly recommended that I decide to give it a go on audio. So glad I did! 3y
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Amiable @arubabookwoman It was so well done. I also gave 5 stars to “The Only Plane in the Sky” when I read that in 2019. 3y
arubabookwoman I was wondering about The Only Plane in the Sky-whether it would be worthwhile to read after Fall and Rise. I think I will look for it to read if it is as good as Fall and Rise. 3y
Amiable @arubabookwoman They are equally good, just written in different ways. One (as you know) is oral narratives pieced together in chronological order. The other is straight narrative nonfiction. They pair off each other perfectly. 3y
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I‘m always happy when my current 3x3 grid contains a 5* read, and the tagged is a beautiful document of that tragic day. This year on Goodreads I rounded my 4.75 (Solid A) up to a 5, as well.

5* = Loved It, want non-reader IRL friends to read. I do/will own a physical copy. A+
4*= I liked it, would love to discuss. Solid B
3*=Meh, no need to discuss. Average C
2*=Nope D
1*=DNF F

britt_brooke Fall and Rise was one of my favorite reads last year. It‘s difficult to describe it. 💔 3y
marleed @britt_brooke I agree. I can‘t quite find the words to describe something so difficult to revisit. But I‘m so grateful the history is documented for those who never lived through it - and for the families who continue to live through it everyday. 3y
britt_brooke @marleed Agree. It really humanized the horrific day, if that makes sense? For someone like me, with no direct connection, it feels necessary to at least try to understand. But, god, it was a difficult read. 3y
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I realized reading this, there were voters in this election that were not yet born on this day. Wow, seemed like yesterday as I read this. It‘s so hard to read, yet so important to document.

November #BookSpin @TheAromaofBooks

Cuilin Yes. My daughter was born the week after 9/11 and she voted for the first time!! 😳 3y
megnews This was so well done. 3y
TheAromaofBooks It really is hard to believe that it was so long ago! 3y
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ValerieAndBooks My youngest was 6 months old when 9/11 happened and this year was the first presidential election he voted in! 3y
BookNAround My youngest was not yet born (he was 6 months away from arrival) on 9/11 and he voted for the first time this election. 3y
marleed @Cuilin @megnews @TheAromaofBooks @ValerieAndBooks @BookNAround - I was foiled with thoughts of the so many babies we‘ve raised into full-fledged voting adults since 9/11. I hope we‘ve made those that perished on this horrific day proud of how we honor and remember them. 3y
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megnews
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Absolutely devastating.

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megnews
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#WeeklyForecast All 4 in progress.
This is also my #SuperSeptember TBR. Hope to get 24 hours in.

Gnora I read If You Come Softly almost 20 years ago in middle school and I still think deeply about it. I hope you enjoy it. 3y
Andrew65 Good luck 😊👍 3y
Cinfhen This one on audio is SO GOOD!!! Definitely in my top 5 NF audiobooks \ I was sobbing at certain parts 💔 3y
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Reviewsbylola
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My August reading total came out to 14 books. Pictured is a sampling of this month‘s reading. Not my best but better than I expected, with the start of school and all that it involves.

With September starting, I‘m looking forward to cozy reading as the weather cools. 🍁

Reviewsbylola Also, technically I didn‘t finish The Space Between Worlds. That was a hard bail, because I was so into it initially. What a letdown. 3y
MicheleinPhilly 12-14 is my usual pace and I‘ve finally gotten back to that. I was looking through my numbers today and it was pretty telling. I read 2 books in March and had a normal pace in April. Then I only read 3-4 books during May and June. July and August have been “normal” in terms of numbers but I‘m also leaning heavily into easy, detective series reads. 3y
Reviewsbylola I remember when quarantine first started and I was thinking I was going to do SO much reading. Instead it just killed my mojo and it‘s been up and down ever since. @MicheleinPhilly 3y
Megabooks Great job on the botm‘s 3y
Reviewsbylola I wanted that candle. 🤣🤣 @megabooks 3y
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Holy crap! I am speechless! As a 9 year old living in NYC during this horrifying day, I‘ve dedicated my life to remembering it! Enlisting in the Marine Corps at 17, before graduating HS, and leaving for boot camp 16 days after graduation, I continued that dedication through today. This book is unlike any other I‘ve read about 9/11. Painful, heartbreaking, but absolutely beautifully written and personal! HIGHLY recommend! #WeWillNeverForget

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Nikki_E
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I‘m too tired to read, but too keyed up to sleep.

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Jas16
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I guess it is a good thing that I live in a city where people don‘t look strangely at you if you are walking around with tears in your eyes but I really need to pick a lighter audiobook soon. This was every bit as incredible as you have all been saying, a 5 ⭐️ read for sure, but man was it brutal. I was expecting it but it still took my breathe away all the same.

keithmalek I'm a New Yorker, so I don't even want to try to read this. However, I have managed to read two related books that I want to recommend here. One is about the intelligence failures that lead up to 9/11(why that's somehow easier for me to deal with I don't understand) called The Watchdogs Didn‘t Bark. The other book is "Grand Illusion" by Wayne Barrett, which is about Giuliani's negligence to protect the WTC between the '93 bombing and 9/11. 4y
Jas16 @keithmalek Thank you so much for the suggestions. Both books sound great and have been added to my TBR. 4y
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Nikki_E
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I have no idea why January is such a shitty month. Maybe it‘s because all the distractions of the holidays are over and all you can do is count the days until Spring.

http://amicryingorlaughing.home.blog/2020/01/25/january/

Bielzebubby I admire your ambition!! I‘m stuck at 36 as an annual goal. 4y
Nikki_E @Bielzebubby I used to aim for 100 before kids. 4y
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Ugh. I held it together for 445 pages. Then I hit this passage. While attempting to rescue victims in the WTC on 9/11, FDNY Captain Jay Jonas was trapped for several hours in Stairway B when the North Tower came down. After being freed, he then had to WALK many blocks back to his fire station because the collapse had crushed his firetruck. This is what happened as he trudged through Chinatown.

And suddenly... a flood of tears. 😢

ljuliel Isn‘t it hard , when something that traumatic happens, and someone shows such kindness ? It just breaks down your last bit of resolve to hold yourself together. This book should win some type of award , if it hasn‘t ... 4y
Amiable @ljuliel I was trying to be detached as I was reading but this just punched me in the heart. On a day that was the most horrible Capt. Jonas has ever experienced, this simple act of kindness was like a light shining through the evil. (edited) 4y
ljuliel That‘s the only good thing to come out of such a horrible event. You saw so many acts of bravery, kindness, and really good people. Thankfully, the number of good people in the world far outweigh the number of evil. 4y
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I've been avoiding this book for a long time but am grateful to have finally picked it up thanks to #newyearwhodis. Remembering 9/11 is always difficult, but in doing so Zuckoff also commemorates the everyday heroes and their astounding acts of courage that day💙

Reviewsbylola So glad you liked this one! I‘m going to reread it in September. 4y
Mdargusch I might need to do a buddy read with you in September @Reviewsbylola 4y
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Currently listening to this at work and struggling not to cry at my desk. @Cinfhen I hate you a little bit right now for recommending this audiobook. 😘 😭 😭

Cinfhen I know!!!! Im still thinking about it 2 weeks later 😭😭😭just keep the tissues handy 4y
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Cinfhen
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Thank you Mitchell Zuckoff and Harper Collins audio for presenting the most comprehensive yet compassionate account of 9/11. Many times throughout the audio I was brought to tears. A moving and elegant tribute to victims, survivors, rescue workers, responders,loved ones, and ordinary citizens who played either a large part or small part that day. Even during the darkest of times, human kindness shone bright. Five stars and an #InfiniteTissueRead

alisiakae I have a difficult out time reading 9/11 books. Maya read a middle grade fiction one two years ago, and I read it with her and was a sobbing mess. 😭 4y
Cinfhen Sobbing Mess accurately describes me as I listened to this book @4thhouseontheleft 😭😭😭if 9/11 books are still too emotionally difficult for you, I would definitely stay away from this one. It will open any wound not healed💔 (edited) 4y
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Im back to hosting/ running a bed & breakfast for friends and family🙄 so today has been a total audio day. I can‘t believe how intimate this book feels. I‘ve had to hit pause several times so I could compose myself or find a tissue 😭😭😭 So much bravery and compassion on a day full of incomprehensible evil.

IamIamIam We had friends who stayed with us years ago, wreaking havoc and expecting me to play housemaid for a week... then thanked us for the stay at the Guinan B&B. 😩 Hope you have a better visit! My favorite quote about visitors, like fish, stink after 3 days. 😂❤ 4y
TrishB 💔 4y
DivineDiana Everyone just wants to bask in your light! ❤️ 4y
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Cinfhen Most if not all of my guests are always lovely and pleasant @IamIamIam but the amount of work pre & post hosting is exhausting and a little overwhelming for someone who just wants to sit and read 4y
Cinfhen Thank you dear @DivineDiana I think it‘s truly more the benefit of not having to pay for a hotel or AirBnB 😂 4y
Cinfhen You can‘t even imagine @TrishB 💔💔💔 4y
MicheleinPhilly @IamIamIam That quote is so accurate. 😂😂😂😂 4y
keithmalek I'm a New Yorker, so I don't even want to try to read this. However, I have managed to read two related books that I want to recommend here. One is about the intelligence failures that lead up to 9/11(why that's somehow easier for me to deal with I don't understand) called The Watchdogs Didn‘t Bark. The other book is "Grand Illusion" by Wayne Barrett, which is about Giuliani's negligence to protect the WTC between the '93 bombing and 9/11. 4y
Cinfhen Thank you for both book recommendations @keithmalek I completely understand how as a New Yorker this book could open all sorts of wounds that are still healing. I was aghast at how ill prepared our country was when disaster struck. The lack of communication that day between the FAA, military and third parties (such as the airlines and aviation agencies) is just astonishing. 4y
AmyG That made me chuckle....running a bed and breakfast. Oh how I understand. We do this during ski season. It‘s what happens when you live in a wonderful place, I guess. 4y
Cinfhen That‘s true @AmyG and I do spend weeks of the summer staying with friends and family so it works both ways 💕💕 4y
mrp27 I'll get to this one someday. Amazing how much emotion can get stirred up after 18 years. Good luck with the houseguests. I feel your pain as I do a bit of hosting myself. It's great but loads of work. 4y
Cinfhen Definitely go with audio @mrp27 when you finally get around to this book. And I can imagine a Cali girl would gets lots of houseguests 🌴☀️⛵️🏖 4y
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Cinfhen
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#Audible Today‘s listen 🎧unbelievably comprehensive yet intimate and personal. A MUST for everyone #NeverForget #Honor911

Crazeedi ❤💔❤ 4y
DGRachel Probably not an ideal read for work, but I just downloaded the audiobook and will plug in now. Thanks for reminding me about this book. :) 4y
Cinfhen I can‘t stop listening @DGRachel hope you find it just as compelling 4y
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arubabookwoman I just read this--in a mere 3 days despite its length. I couldn't stop reading. I think,though, it might be too emotionally difficult for some of the people personally affected by 9/11 to read even now 18 years later. 4y
Cinfhen I couldn‘t agree more @arubabookwoman I‘ve broken down several times and I‘m only on chapter 8. It‘s some of the most heartbreaking material to listen to. And I‘m sure for those connected the trauma would come seeping back 💔 4y
britt_brooke This is one of my top reads this year. Zuckoff did an amazing job humanizing 9/11. It was absolutely draining, but I could not stop listening. These stories need to be heard. 4y
Cinfhen I agree @britt_brooke THIS will definitely BE my TOP audio and probably book of the year. I haven‘t stopped crying 😭 4y
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Rollinsfan1
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This book was every emotion possible.
Anger, joy, sorrow, hate, fear, sadness, anxiety...
It is an important book. This author makes sure we never forget.

keithmalek I'm a New Yorker, so I don't even want to try to read this. However, I have managed to read two related books that I want to recommend here. One is about the intelligence failures that lead up to 9/11(why that's somehow easier for me to deal with I don't understand) called The Watchdogs Didn‘t Bark. The other book is "Grand Illusion" by Wayne Barrett, which is about Giuliani's negligence to protect the WTC between the '93 bombing and 9/11. 4y
Rollinsfan1 interesting!! I will check these out. This book did touch on the FBI's lack of interest. Such a profoundly sad day. 4y
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Narrative non-fiction at its best! The minute-by-minute story of 9/11, not from a political or historical perspective, but from the perspective of the humans most affected by this devastating event. I loved it, and read this tome in just 2 days. However, if you or someone you know were personally involved, it may be too soon for you to relive that traumatic day through this book.

overtheedge Looks great!! Added!! 5y
Jee_HookedOnBookz Hi Deborah! How are you? I got your book mail! Thank you :) so glad you enjoyed it! ❤️ 4y
britt_brooke Zuckoff is amazing. This was difficult and draining, but one of the best books I‘ve read this year. These stories deserve to be heard. 4y
keithmalek I'm a New Yorker, so I don't even want to try to read this. However, I have managed to read two related books that I want to recommend here. One is about the intelligence failures that lead up to 9/11(why that's somehow easier for me to deal with I don't understand) called The Watchdogs Didn‘t Bark. The other book is "Grand Illusion" by Wayne Barrett, which is about Giuliani's negligence to protect the WTC between the '93 bombing and 9/11. 4y
arubabookwoman @keithmalek I can definitely understand why someone in NYC on 9/11 would choose not to read a book this personal. Thanks for the other recommendations-will check them out. 4y
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#manicmonday @JoScho

Book: Fall and Rise
Movie: United 93
Song: You‘re So Vain

JoScho Thanks for playing 🛩💙🛩 5y
plemmdog Book: Up in the Air (Walter Kirn) Movie: Airplane Song: She‘s So High (Tal Bachman) 5y
Megabooks @plemmdog I remember She‘s So High really well! 5y
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britt_brooke You‘re so Vain is such a perfect choice. One of my all-time favorite songs! 5y
Megabooks @britt_brooke Me too! It‘s one of both my mom and my favorite songs! I love singing along, even though my voice is terrible. “I had some dreams they were clouds in my coffee, clouds in my coffee.” What a great line! 5y
britt_brooke @Megabooks Yeah, I can‘t sing either. 🙊 It‘s going to be stuck in my head all day .... and I‘m not mad about it! ☁️☁️☕️ 5y
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I am shocked to see that I read 16 books in May. It felt like a slower reading month. And last time I checked, I was 14 books behind in the GR annual challenge. 🤦🏼‍♀️

I read 8 physical books, 5 audiobooks, and 3 ebooks. Standouts were Calypso and Fall and Rise.

Gissy Awesome! 📚📚📚👏👏👏👏 5y
britt_brooke Excellent! I read 16 also. 🙌🏻 5y
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booklover76

I know this is going to be a tough book.
Unlike today, social media wasn't around. I was at work in Gwinnett County, GA when my coworker ran in the building screaming that a plane had hit one of the towers. We didn't believe her. So we huddled around a radio because the internet was slow. WSB750AM confirmed ir.
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booklover76 I knew it was Bin Laden. I don't know how but I knew and I told my colleagues that. 5y
booklover76 A vendor in Chicago told me she could see fighter jets in the sky. 5y
booklover76 I remember driving home that night and there was no traffic. None. We lived close to Briscoe Field and it was eerie not hearing any air traffic. I sat on the couch all night glued to the TV, watching the coverage. My mom, who had been home for the day refused to watch anymore. The next day I had class at GSU in downtown Atlanta. MARTA (the public tras 5y
booklover76 The public transportation was swarming with cops. In my first class the professor said "You can report me but I think we should start with a prayer " So he led us in prayer 5y
keithmalek I'm a New Yorker, so I don't even want to try to read this. However, I have managed to read two related books that I want to recommend here. One is about the intelligence failures that lead up to 9/11(why that's somehow easier for me to deal with I don't understand) called The Watchdogs Didn‘t Bark. The other book is "Grand Illusion" by Wayne Barrett, which is about Giuliani's negligence to protect the WTC between the '93 bombing and 9/11. 4y
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

This is hailed as the definitive account of 9/11. Every other book I‘ve read about 9/11 has a pretty narrow focus, understandably. This one spends 500 pages laying out everything from that day, and picks various people as the lens through which to tell the story. I love narrative nonfiction, and this is a perfect example of how it can be used to write such a monumental history in an accessible, humanistic way.

kamoorephoto That sight, that day... 5y
Megabooks I‘m really enjoying it. The book, definitely not the day. (edited) 5y
Cinfhen I recently bought this with an Audible credit 5y
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keithmalek I'm a New Yorker, and a few years ago, I worked with a kid who was reading a book about 9/11. I asked him how old he was at the time, and he told me he was 7. I was 22. He left the room, and I rhetorically asked another coworker, "As someone who was an adult on 9/11, would you want to read a book about it?" He shook his head so hard and fast I thought it was going to fall off. 5y
keithmalek I'm reading a book about the intelligence failures that lead up to 9/11. That's about as close as I can get to "reliving" it. 5y
Reviewsbylola I can completely understand. I was 18 and still in HS, in Ohio, so definitely more removed as far as location. It makes my husband worry sometimes when I fall into a 9/11 hole though with my reading, because in ways it still feels like it just happened and it gets me really upset. @keithmalek 5y
keithmalek @Reviewsbylola Read "Grand Illusion" by Wayne Barrett. It details Giuliani's negligence in fighting terrorism between the time of the '93 bombing and 9/11. We would've been attacked anyway, but far fewer people would have died. 5y
Reviewsbylola I will definitely add that to the list! @keithmalek 5y
keithmalek @Reviewsbylola There is an OUTSTANDING book about the '93 bombing by Jim Dwyer called Two Seconds Under the World. I read it many years ago, before 9/11, and planned on eventually reading it again. But then 9/11 happened, and I knew that it would make me too sad to read it again, knowing that the terrorists eventually succeeded in their mission to destroy the WTC. 5y
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Reviewsbylola
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Reading is better at the lake. 🥰

akckitty Yes it is! 5y
LeahBergen Sigh! ❤️ 5y
Megabooks Damn right! 😁😁 Gorgeous! 5y
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Reading is better at the lake. 😍

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Recent book acquisitions:

I‘m SO excited about the Zuckoff book. He wrote Lost in Shangri La, and now has a new book about 9/11. I loved Shangri La and I love reading books about 9/11, so I requested this as soon as I heard about it.

Junie B is G‘s new favorite. We read the first book and it‘s the first chapter book she really liked.

The I Survived series was super popular with the older kids at the book fair, so I grabbed these two!

Johanna414 Junie B is the best! (edited) 5y
AmyG My girls loved Junie B books. 5y
Reagan Oh Mitchell Zuckoff is great. He wrote one of my favourite nonfiction books (edited) 5y
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mrp27 My niece loves the I Survived books. 5y
marleed Of all the books I read with my daughter, she saved the Junie B series. I should check as they are likely first editions. 5y
LeahBergen That I Survived series would‘ve been totally my thing if it was around when I was a kid! 😆 5y
Megabooks Stacking the tagged book! You always have such great hauls! 💜😘 5y
Reviewsbylola I‘m 2/3 thru it. It‘s amazing!! @megabooks And thank you. 😁 5y
Megabooks @Reviewsbylola I found it at my library at 2 AM. Checked it out! 👍🏻👍🏻 5y
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