Boston Strong: A City's Triumph over Tragedy
Casey Sherman and Dave WedgeE-book: $14.99
"It is moving, it is heartbreaking... It is beautifully done."
Gripping. . . . Boston Strong should make a helluva movie. The behind-the-scenes details make for a riveting read!
—The New Haven Register
Inspirational, thoroughly researched.
The authors have created a vivid and gripping read. . . . The book is inspirational, telling the stories of many survivors of the marathon bombings who have prevailed over incredible odds to put their lives back together.
—Cape Cod Chronicle
It is moving, it is heartbreaking . . . it is beautifully done.
—John Dennis, co-host of The Dennis & Callahan Show, WEEI 93.7 FM Boston
Boston Strong combines tireless research with vivid and panoramic storytelling. The horror of a day, the honor of a city - both perfectly conveyed.
—David Maraniss, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of Rome 1960: The Olympics That Changed the World, Cleme
Compulsively readable. . . . Sherman and Wedge’s loyalty to true storytelling drew me in, touched me, shocked me with new information, [and] helped me understand this day for what it was: a day where every single person was trying to help someone else. This is how this day should be remembered.
—Gabriela Cowperthwaite, Director of Blackfish
Sherman and Wedge skillfully and honestly tell this most compelling story through the eyes of the people who have inspired us the most... and have overcome so much since.
CASEY SHERMAN is considered one of America’s preeminent true-crime authors and investigative journalists. His books include The Finest Hours (now in production as a major motion picture for Walt Disney Pictures), Animal: The Bloody Rise and Fall of the Mob’s Most Feared Assassin, Search for the Strangler (in development at FOX Television), and Bad Blood. A finalist for the Massachusetts Book of the Year honors and the prestigious New Hampshire Literary Awards nonfiction prize, Sherman has been a featured guest on NBC’s Today Show and Dateline; CBS’s The Early Show, 48 Hours and the CBS Evening News; ABC World News Tonight, CNN, FOX News, MSNBC, Discovery, The History Channel, A&E, The Travel Channel, and The View. DAVE WEDGE is journalist and former top investigative journalist for the Boston Herald. He has won awards for his reporting from Ground Zero, the Rhode Island nightclub fire, and the Boston Marathon bombings. A Boston College graduate, he has written for Esquire and has been a guest on CNN, FOX News, MSNBC, CBS, ABC’s Good Morning America, and E! True Hollywood Story.