Where are You Going???

Posted On August 8, 2007

Filed under Christian Genre Challenge

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cgchallenge07.jpgIve finished reading my first book in this Challenge

sujobook.jpgThis true story is about a mans escape from the twin towers when it was attacked on September 11 2001. But it is so much more than that. In this book the writer poses the question “Where are you going?”

He starts his story exploring his birth, childhood and young adult life.  He hadnt been in America long before the tragic day occurred.  He was questioning whether moving to America had been wise as he wasnt feeling much purpose with being there.

The 2nd half the story poses the question and explores why one should know where one is going in the long term.  Life is short and none of us know when our lives will end.  It also tells us how God can use us and how He changed this mans life.

A very readable and interesting book.

to learn more about this author, Christian and survivor of the 911 tragedy read here


7 Responses to “Where are You Going???”

  1. Denise

    Sounds like a very good book my friend.

  2. jenny®

    sounds like an inspiring story! i’ve seen the movie 911 and it was really powerful!

  3. Alice Teh

    Congratulations, Jen, on the completion of the first book for the challenge! I like the sound of the book. I might check this one out. Thanks for the review! God bless.

  4. Kayinpa

    Sounds like an interesting book.

  5. Barb

    My goodness, the story and videos about that house are amazing, Jen. Unbelievable what can happen in such a short amount of time when so many people join together to get it done.

    And this book sounds very good. You know, I’ve never read a single book related to the 9/11 tragedy. I just might have to start with this one. Very good review.

  6. jenz

    It was really interesting Denise

    I havent seen that Jenny I think Id be uncontrollable tears if I did

    Thanks Alice, Kay and Barb

    Do you think so Barb??? Its been years since I wrote a book review

  7. Mary

    I can’t wait to read this book! I’ve never heard of it, but your description sounds fascinating. Thanks for sharing it with us!

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