My father was killed on 9/11.
Everybody in town knows we lost him forever when the North Tower collapsed.
What they don't know is that he was gone long before that day.
What they don't know is that a scholarship to exclusive Baileywell Academy only made my life worse.
What they don't know is that my mentor at Baileywell is my own personal terrorist.
Everybody calls me Miracle Boy.
What nobody knows is that it's a miracle I'm still here to tell you the real story about the worst year of my life.
From nationally acclaimed author Francine Prose comes an unforgettable novel about disasters, both public and private, and the aftermath of tragedy.
About the Author
Gustav Janouch (1903-1968) was a young poet whose father worked at the same insurance company as Kafka. A certain amount of controversy has been aroused by his "Conversations with Kafka" some have been skeptical that any human being can talk the way Kafka does in this book, but both Max Brod and Dora Diamant considered it authentic.