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Project Rebirth: Survival and the Strength of the Human Spirit from 9/11 Survivors

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Written in conjunction with the documentary Rebirth, a full decade in the making, an uplifting look at the lives of nine individuals whose lives were forever changed by the largest tragedy our nation has ever faced.

The images of the burning towers, the heartbroken friends building memorials, the minute-by-minute accounts of the horrors of that day-all are indelibly etched
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published August 18th 2011 by Dutton Adult
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This is a great companion piece to the documentary. Three additional people's stories are told and while some are more compelling, I feel like this gives a great insight about grief, loss, and recovery. The main take away from the book is that grief and rebirth are intensely personal and there is no set path. What may help one person over the loss of someone or something might hinder another person.

It's written in a straight-forward manner, with author or clinical intrusion. While the authors cr
Kim Hollstein
Surprised this wasn't more compelling. Borrowed thru MORE, so I had to return it in a month. Maybe if I could draw it out longer I could've read it. The stories just didn't grab me like most 9/11 stories do. Hope to retry it in the future...
You don't need to have experienced the tragedy of 9/11 personally to relate to this book. Anyone who has experienced a loss or grief (consequently everyone) can benefit from both the narrative accounts and the author's commentary.
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