A memoir written by a former teammate who knew most of the people who died in the tragic 1970 plane crash that nearly wiped out Marshall University's football team. Moviegoers loved the film "We Are Marshall," but the Silver Screen version doesn't tell the whole story. Go to the Amazon.com website, read the reviews, and you'll discover that this is a story whose time has finally come. Author's email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The author during his college football-playing days at Marshall University.
"This book is history. The folks featured in the memoir actually lived
through it all and collectively, they have a marvelous story to tell.
As for impact, the answer is a resounding 'yes.' Those who have
yet to read the book will discover that there's a lot more to this
story than what they already know. Sure, football is the central
focus, but there's so much more and it transcends what's been
revealed in other works (books, documentaries and the movie)."
Craig T. Greenlee
"November Ever After"
Excerpt of Greenlee's interview that was published on Cheryl Holloway's blog during Black History Month.