What didn't I like about this story. It's uplifting, it's sad but most of all it speaks to the human spirit during a horrible time in history.
When Juliet proposes to Dawsey at the end.
Definately, I did not want the story to end. It took me several days to break the hold this story had on me.
I did not read the print version.
It's impossible to pick one scene, but if I had to pick just one it would be the section where they were in the inflatable boat and the sharks began to attack them.
I think the title of the book perfectly sums up this story because he remains "Unbroken" through everything he endured.
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