Reader Review: Unbroken

Book cover for UnbrokenUnbroken” is one of the best books I have read. It is serious and shows what a true survivor looks like – even before the T.V. show was popular. Louis Zamperini was a “delinquent” child who used his running talent to go to the Olympics in 1936, and then was a bomb dropper in a WWII plane over the Pacific when it crashed. He survived more days than anyone else on a raft, was captured by the Japanese, put in the worst POW camp for years and came out weighing 87 pounds and able to forgive his torturers. The movie based on this book comes out Christmas Eve.

Three words that describe this book: historical, POW, great!

You might want to pick this book up if: You like WWII history or had a grandfather or father in WWII.


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