the Back Cover --
“We’re fortunate to live in a
country whose birth right of freedom and justice are examples of the
compassion our forefathers had in mind when creating this wonderful
country. The key to our incredible success lies in the traits and
contributions of the individual citizens, and like rain drops, each in
and of itself has little impact. When the diversity and generosity of
all the rain drops blend together they create a cascading river of hope,
love and compassion.” That river is called THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA.
“You captured a moment in history
and froze it in time. You gave me a new appreciation for the people
and the events, as you made me feel like I was right there. If
someday I’m asked about 9/11, I’ll simply hand them
“Gone But not Forgotten” and they will live it through your eyes but
with their hearts.
—Steven, East Stroudsburg, PA
You dissected and examined the tragic
events in such a way, that I felt both comfort and inspiration. This was
the hardest book I’ve ever read. But I’ve never loved a book more. You
have taken literature to the next level.
—Bruce, Flemington, NJ
“Everyone should read your story before they knock this country—It’s a
wake up call. This book broke the boundaries for honor and dignity. It
makes me prouder than ever to be an American”
—Malcolm, Staten Island, NY
“You treated the event with respect and dignity, while keeping the
triumphant spirit of the towers alive forever. This is a commemorative
and historic keepsake, which I will treasure forever.”
–Pamela, Morris Plains, NJ
“Wonderful … Beautiful written …Thoughtful … Honest and Raw.” I Loved
it! I actually felt like I was there and
even cried a few times. It was nice because 3 years later things begin
to fade slightly, so it brought it right back.
Almost a visceral response as some of the emotions that I was dealing
with at that time, came right back.
—Danielle, Baltimore, MD
Oh my God! I started to read it this morning at work and I am up to page
10 and had to stop. It’s a story that totally
takes you in and totally transports you back to that horrible day. Very
well written. I wish every American could read
about this again - and just remember what these people went through. It
is engrossing, compelling and Heartrendering.
—Joan, Hopatcong, NJ