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An Unbroken Bond: The Untold Story of How the 658 Cantor Fitzgerald Families Faced the Tragedy of 9/11 and Beyond

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On September 11th, 658 men and women at Cantor Fitzgerald found themselves trapped together in One World Trade Center. None would make it out alive. Among them was Edie Lutnick's brother Gary, whom she had raised when their parents died at an early age. This is the story of the victims, the families and how they came together bonded by a tragic fate. But the story doesn't ...more
Paperback, 307 pages
Published September 9th 2011 by Emergence Press, LLC
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Victoria Noe
This is a very difficult book to read.

Edie Lutnick is the sister of Howard Lutnick, CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald, which lost 658 employees on 9/11, including their brother, Gary.

Edie winds up being a full-time, unpaid family advocate, navigating the minefields of media, politicians, and the public. She is tapped to run the charitable arm of CT that not only distributed profits to the surviving families, but worked hand in hand with them to get their lives back on track.

These are people who were dism
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Alyssa
I lost a good friend on September 11th & she worked for Cantor Fitzgerald which is what led me to read this book. Edie Lutnick is the sister of Howard Lutnick who is the head of Cantor Fitzgerald. Their brother Gary passed away as well as he worked at Cantor on 9/11. I liked the book. I sympathized with Edie as I know what it's like to lose a sibling. The book was real sad at times. She defended her brother Howard a lot throughout the book as the public really didn't portray him to be such a ...more
Theresa
It is a good book. If you have kept up with the 9/11 books this is one more that will fill in gaps and answer questions.
Robyn Grad
We must not forget what happened on 9/11!
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