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By Henrik Rehr | Comments: ( 496 ) | Date: ( Feb 17, 2020 )

Tribeca Sunset is a fine example of this arguably superior method of relating personal history Time Magazine Online Sober and poignant Rehr avoids the trap of sensationalism and succeeds, despite the darkness of 9 11, in presenting a vision of astonishing beauty Brouillon de Culture, France THIS MUST BE WHAT NUCLEAR WINTER LOOKS LIKE Henrik whispered, ag Tribeca Sunset is a fine example of this arguably superior method of relating personal history Time Magazine Online Sober and poignant Rehr avoids the trap of sensationalism and succeeds, despite the darkness of 9 11, in presenting a vision of astonishing beauty Brouillon de Culture, France THIS MUST BE WHAT NUCLEAR WINTER LOOKS LIKE Henrik whispered, aghast, as he peered out his window, moments after the World Trade Center had collapsed His apartment was only a few blocks away, and he was lucky to be alive What had started out as a normal day for Henrik Rehr, then turned into a day of fear and desperationd a battle for survival.Separated from his wife and his older son by the confusion and fear that wracked the city, Henrik, with his youngest toddler son, began the excruciating task of ensuring the safety of his loved ones, during the evacuation process As he and his neighbors cope with the extraordinary events unfolding around them, new friendships are made, and old bonds strengthened.


  • Title: Tribeca Sunset, a Story of 9-11
  • Author: Henrik Rehr
  • ISBN: 9781596878211
  • Page: 213
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Tribeca Sunset, a Story of 9-11

  • Jeffrey

    In 2001 I worked and lived in Manhattan and on 9/11 I personally witnessed the destruction of the World Trade Center and the aftermath in Lower Manhattan. Because of or despite this, I've never really been interested in artistic responses to 9/11, other than the controversies over the various memorials. The one exception is the overlooked graphic novel, "Tribeca Sunset" by Henrik Rehr. Originally published as the 4-issue comic book "Tuesday", Rehr addressed the events from his perspective as an [...]


  • Karen Mardahl

    This comic caught my eye at the library. It was originally 2 separate comics that were brought together for this collected version. I don't think it worked that well. Too disjointed. The first part was fine, but the connection to the second half was too tenuous and too forced. I think it detracted from the quiet fear of the first part. I didn't realize the connection, or lack thereof, and so I spent a lot of mental time looking for clues as to where part 2 came from. I thought one of the charact [...]


  • Ephod Leonce

    Tribeca Sunset was an amazing graphic novel I was captivated throughout the entire book. Though I was just a baby when 9/11 took place, this book allowed me to view it from the standpoint of those who were more greatly affected by the tragedy. It allowed me to see the real long lasting impact the attack had on the United States and specifically citizens of New York City. The book told a story of a family that was greatly impacted by the terrorist attack. It told us how the aftermath destroyed th [...]


  • Irenelazia

    Tribeca Sunset è una testimonianza e una riflessione sulla tragedia dell'11 settembre e sull'impatto che ha avuto sulla vita di milioni di persone. Gli spunti di riflessione sono numerosi, e in alcuni punti l'efficacia narrativa dell'autore lascia particolarmente scossi.Non ho gradito che il lavoro sia diviso in tre parti distinte, tutte nate come indipendenti ma poi riunite in questo fumetto, senza che sia stata prestata particolare cura nel rendere omogeneo l'insieme, a mio parere.


  • Tricia

    The first section (through p 67 or so? Need to check book again) was interesting, compelling, moving - but not quite worthy of the comparison (on front cover) to Maus. The rest fell flat. The digression into the artist's was not interesting to me at all, and pulled my overall rating down. What was the point of it? It wasn't clear when it took place, wasn't clear if the characters were real, and they weren't the least bit likeable. I'd rather know how Rehr's family was coping 5 years later.


  • Jim

    the first story, rehr's own, tells of being across the street from the world trade center, and his life shorly after. the second story, fictional, takes place several years later ina reunion of friends most of whom left nycth v. good


  • Denlillebogblog

    2½ stars.


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