That Day In September
Paperback, 108 Pages
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We all have our stories to tell of where we were the morning of September 11, 2001. This is one of them. In "That Day In September" Artie Van Why gives an eyewitness account of that fateful morning. From the moment he heard "a loud boom" in his office across from the World Trade Center, to stepping out onto the street, Artie vividly transports the reader back to the day that changed our lives and our country forever. "That Day In September" takes you beyond the events of that morning. By sharing his thoughts, fears and hopes, Artie expresses what it was like to be in New York City in the weeks and months following. The reader comes away from "That Day In September" with not only a more intimate understanding of the events of that day but also with a personal glimpse of how one person's life was dramatically changed forever.
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Jul 31, 2008"Touching story! A must-read for all! " Artie Van Why provides a very personal and touching perspective on the horror of 9/11 and the impact it had on an otherwise normal life. We often think of those who lost their lives or loved ones on that terrible day; of the victims and the heroes. In this book, however, Van Why shares the shock and angst of a witness so close to the event that he had to run for his life, as well as how these events changed him and his life. It's a touching account that reminds us that the survivors have also struggled to find peace and normalcy in the aftermath of terror. Artie is a hero in his attempt to save an injured victim, but also in speaking to the plight of the many survivors. Great read! Share with your family & friends!
Mar 10, 2008"Meaningful and heartbreaking" "That Day In September" is so well-written, you can picture that morning and feel the emotions of those present. I found that Artie Van Why wrote this book beautifully, taking us on the journey and sharing with us the personal lessons he learned as a result of this terrible time. Thank you!
Aug 7, 2006"That Day in September" I found "That Day in September" very touching and graphic. The book makes you feel that you were there. The author, Artie Van Why gives a wonderful description of that horrible day. I highly recommend this book, "That Day in September," as a "must read" for every American.
Jul 27, 2006"That Day in September" "That Day in September" is a compelling and very personal perspective on the events of the September 11th World Trade Center disaster. Van Why allows the reader an account of this horrific day and how September 11th changed his life forever, as it did the lives of an entire nation and world. The book allows the reader to not only have a first-hand account of the events of the day, but also to enter the author's world before and after that day and the life changes it brought about. I was greatly moved by "That Day in September" and appreciate the author's personal reflections which made me feel that I was there with him not only in this tragedy, but also in his life that changed forever and began anew. "That Day in September" is a great addition to my own library and I highly recommend that you purchase it for your own personal collection.
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- by Artie Van Why (Standard Copyright License)
- Van Hughes Publishing
- June 23, 2006
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 0.47 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 6 wide x 9 tall
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