Then, right then, I looked up. I stopped breathingÌ_Ì_̨there it was, a gaping hole in the north tower of the World Trade Center. A dark cloud of smoke emerging from the holeÌ_Ì__and a great amount of flames.
A grieving sister transforms the devastating aftermath of the September 11 attacks into an opportunity for healing in Jean ColaioÌ_Ì_åÈs emotional memoir, That Day.?ÕÌ_Only a few blocks away when the Twin Towers fell, Colaio and her young son manage to escape in a flurry of chaos and confusion: What happened? Is the country at war? And most importantly, were her brothers, who both worked in the towers, alive?
Then, the day they had all been dreading finally came: both of the authorÌ_Ì_åÈs beloved brothers had been killed in the terrorist attacks.
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By Jean Colaio.
Recalling in vivid detail the devastation and confusion of that fateful day, as well as the agonizing moments of suspense during the days that followed, Colaio provides an unprecedented glimpse into the heart of the personal and national grief that touches America to this day.
Join Jean Colaio on her journey from indescribable pain to a place where her brothersÌ_Ì_åÈ memories bring her the strength to keep going.