Laura Hllenbrand wrote the nonfiction hit "Seabiscuit" which was made into the successful film starring Tobey Maguire and William H. Macy. After several year's work, she has written a second book, also nonfiction, entitled "Unbroken." This book tells the life story of Louis Zamperini, an olympic athlete who served in the World War II US Air Force and was captured by the Japanese. Zamperini survived horrific treatment, returned home, and eventually recovered from his nightmare, surviving to tell a fascinating story of resilience and redemption to Hillenbrand at age 90 in a series of interviews.
I bought a copy today and should be able to review it in a week or so. But I am not going to bother without people to read the review. Anyone interested?