Louis Zamperini was an Olympian runner in 1936. He became a B-24 bombardier in World War II; when his plane crashed in the Pacific, he survived for 47 days, drifting 2,000 miles in a small raft. Captured by the Japanese, he survived torture and abuse in a series of prisoner-of-war camps. Completed two days before his death at the age of 97, this book shares a lifetime of wisdom, humor, and insight. Illus.
Format: Hardbound Pages: 238 Publisher: Morrow