Barbara’s review of Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption > Likes and Comments

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message 1: by K.D. (new)

K.D. Absolutely My kind of book! If I can only borrow from your library ha ha!


message 2: by Barbara (new)

Barbara I wish that you could too!


message 3: by Susan (last edited Apr 18, 2011 09:02PM) (new)

Susan You're the third person, whose taste in reading I trust, who has raved about this book. I will read it (eventually).


message 4: by Barbara (new)

Barbara It started slowly and built in intensity. I was quite moved by it.


message 5: by Maria (new)

Maria My father drifted in the Pacific, twice. I'll read this too.


message 6: by Susan (new)

Susan I've downloaded it on my Kindle, but I won't get to it for a while.


message 7: by Barbara (new)

Barbara Maria wrote: "My father drifted in the Pacific, twice. I'll read this too."

Om'gosh! Was that during WW II?

My husband is reading this now.


message 8: by Maria (new)

Maria Yes. What stories the survivors had to tell!


message 9: by Barbara (new)

Barbara You will have to tell me more about this!


message 10: by Cynthia (new)

Cynthia Looks like you did better with this book than I did.


message 11: by Cynthia (new)

Cynthia Maria wrote: "My father drifted in the Pacific, twice. I'll read this too."

OMG! I hope it wasn't nearly as harrowing as Zamperini's experience though just be adrift would be traumatic enough.


message 12: by Barbara (new)

Barbara C, I think that everyone views books from different perspectives. Yet we seem to respect these variabilities.


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