David McCunes new novel 17 Minutes reveals another side of 9/11. Most remember September 11, 2001, as a beautiful sunny day that ended with the unforeseen and tragic deaths of 2,996 individuals, including fourteen pregnant women. Those of age remember where they were, and many witnessed the second plane impact the South Tower a short seventeen minutes after the first attack on the North Tower. While we have all heard many stories about the tragic victims and the families they left behind, as well as the incredible acts of heroism and nationwide support demonstrated on that catastrophic day and in its aftermath, have you ever wonderedCould it be possible that there were some who took this unexpected opportunity to start their troubled lives anew? This is the story of such a man. While the rest of the country banded together, he simply . . . walked away. What does he do with this second chance? Does he learn from his past and seize the opportunity to be the man he wishes he can be? Or does he fall back into the same pitfalls one can certainly be susceptible to in this complicated thing we call life? All had an experience from that life-changing day, now referred to as 9/11. All will never be the same.
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