102 Minutes: The Untold Story of the Fight to Survive Inside the Twin Towers
The front book cover art of an updated version of 102 Minutes.
|Original title||102 minutes of the untold stories fight to survive inside the twin towers|
|Cover artist||Rebecca Seltzer|
|Subject||World Trade Center, September 11 attacks, terrorism|
|Genre||Non-fiction, history, terrorism, survival, disaster|
Henry Holt and Company
Published in English
|Media type||Hardcover and paperback|
102 Minutes: The Untold Story of the Fight to Survive Inside the Twin Towers is an American non-fiction written by New York Times journalists Jim Dwyer and Kevin Flynn and published in 2005. As its title suggests, the book, using eyewitness testimony, covers firsthand accounts about the eyewitness' struggle inside the twin towers of the World Trade Center to survive during the 102 minutes that had elapsed from the first impact to the second collapse, after the September 11 attacks.
Awards and nominations
- National Book Awards - Finalist
- 9/11: The Twin Towers (2006 BBC docudrama, also called Inside the Twin Towers)
- 102 Minutes That Changed America
- Herbert, Rosemary (2005). "The longest `102 Minutes'; Reporters' tale a riveting personal glimpse of Sept. 11 tragedy.(Arts and Lifestyle)". The Boston Herald. Retrieved August 14, 2012.
- "9/11 Remembered As 102 Minutes.(Breaking News and Opinion)(Book review)". Basil & Spice. 2009. Retrieved August 14, 2012.
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