Read: Last Man Down


A very detailed first-person account of the tragedy that turned the world into a darker place, everything from surveillance to how we travel.

When 9/11 happened, I was in college. It was evening, local time. My mom called me and told me to turn on the TV, something about “America being bombed by airplanes”. I believe those were her words. Again, she told me to turn on the TV, now.

This is my first book on 9/11. Never read another account. Although believe I have since read quite a number of articles about it. There were other books (mostly memoirs) which subtly touched on the subject, nearly always personal.

If you’re looking for a modern-day miracle, friendship, and perseverance, this is the book for you.

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