“Your Father’s Voice” by Lyz Glick with Dan Zegart

“Letters for Emmy About Life with Jeremy — and Without Him After 9/11”

Jeremy Glick was 31 yrs old when his flight, United 93, crashed into a field after he and other passengers stormed the cockpit on September 11, 2001. He was married to his wife, Lyz, for 5 yrs and had a 3 month old daughter, Emerson (after his favorite author).

Knowing that Emerson will spend her lifetime without her father and lots of theories and rumors of the September 11th attacks, Lyz wanted Emerson to know who her father was and what happened in her own words. So she devised a book of letters “about life with Jeremy – and without him after 9/11.

Lyz talked about how she and Jeremy met and the ups and downs of their lives, taking them far from each other, but always bringing each other back. She gave us a glimpse of his personality, his attributes, his hobbies. She bravely spoke about the multiple miscarriages and the trouble they had to keep a baby, how hard they worked and how much they loved Emmy. She gave us details of their lives the days up to the crash. She told us the conversation she had with Jeremy on the airplane before they stormed the cockpit. She let us into her heart and mind over the next year. How she mourned the loss of her husband, the events she had to attend, being taken to the crash site, talking to the coroner, standing up for her right to her the last moments of her husband’s life on the plane’s black box and what to do now that her rock is gone.

For full book synopsis and review go to http://booksbysteph.com/Glick__Lyz.html

If you don’t believe me, check it out for yourself!

Until next time, take life one page at a time!

SZ

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