Between Heaven and Ground Zero: One Woman's Struggle for Survival and Faith in the Ashes of 9/11
A Second Chance at Life
On the sunny morning of Tuesday, September 11, 2001, terrorists murdered more than twenty-seven hundred people in an attack on New York City.
Thousands died when a hijacked Boeing 767 slammed into Tower One of the World Trade Center.
It was first blood.
For Leslie Haskin, it was a second chance at life.
This is the riveting account of Leslie's harrowing escape--down 36 floors in a doomed and dying building and away from a life focused on perks, prestige, and power. The intervening months brought crippling mental and emotional distress, but from the rubble and ashes, the corporate climber rediscovered the faith of her childhood and now embraces a new life of serving others.
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I cannot even begin to say how haunting this book is. Haskin survived something most of us would crumble under, myself included. I finished this book in one evening as it was a short book, but the ... Read full review
This was a great book it is interesting to know what people involved in 911 went through. I had previously purchased this book a friend borrowed it and do not return it. So I purchased it again for my book collection. Read full review