I loved everything about this book. The performance was so good that I had teary eyes sometimes and I also caught my self "having a conversation" with the narrator.
After watching the movie "Unbroken" I thgought I'd get a few more details of Loui Zamperin's life. The book brought us into his highest highs and lowest lows. I have never been drawn into any book as I was with "Unbroken". So many hero's, that was brought on by the tragedies and cowardness of war. Mr. Zamperini is my hero, I could only hope to have as much drive, courage and compasion as he did.
This book is moving, and is the undeniably powerful story of man and his will to live and his God who helped him accomplish it. Edward Herrmann is a remarkable narrator whose voice fits perfectly with such a noble story. The story can be very violent and almost excruciating to listen to because of the unfathomable torture the POWs had to endure. But it is all part of the story, and would not be as powerful without it.