That fateful September morning started out like any other. The skies were a gorgeous blue, nothing like the gray hell they would appear hours later. Joann Namorato was only working in Downtown Manhattan to help alleviate some of the costs of putting two of her three children through college. Despite the financial ease that working in New York City would provide, she feared that a terrorist bombing like the one in 1993 would occur. However, after consulting with friends and family, she came to the conclusion that a second attack on the same location was highly unlikely. The Long Road Home is an eyewitness account of the events of September 11, 2001, through the eyes and heart of a woman whose greatest fear was taking place right in front of her. Was it possible that the heart-wrenching lessons of courage she had learned during her painful childhood turned out to be the overwhelming factor in guiding her out of the city that day? Follow us through this woman's incredible life journey and see how the events of 9-11-01 have changed her life and the lives of so many others forever.I knew then I had to be in the Seaport area since it is the only place I can remember that cobblestone still lined the sidewalks. I continued to run ... I tried the 908 area code in New Jersey, but there was no connection. It then dawned on me toanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Long Road Home|
|Author||:||Joann B. Namorato|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2002|