Words Whispered in Water by Sandy Rosenthal

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  • Print length 😕330 pages
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  • Publisher 😕Mango (11 Aug. 2020)
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  • Language: 😕English

Words Whispered in Water by Sandy Rosenthal

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The New Orleans Flood, U.S. Corruption, and Disasters

?Anyone who is interested in Hurricane Katrina, and in America?s failing infrastructure, will want to read this book told in a fast-paced narrative.? ?Scott G. Knowles, Drexel University professor and author

#1 New Release in Civil Engineering & Environmental, Urban & City Planning, Development, and Disaster Relief

In the aftermath of one of the worst disasters in U.S. history,?Words Whispered in Water?tells the story of one woman?s fight?against all odds?to expose a mammoth federal agency?and win.

It?s a horror story, a mystery, and David and Goliath story all in one.?In 2005, the entire world watched as a major U.S. city was nearly wiped off the map. The levees ruptured and New Orleans drowned. But while newscasters attributed the New Orleans flood to ?natural catastrophes? and other types of disasters, citizen investigator Sandy Rosenthal set out to expose the true culprit and compel the media and government to tell the truth. This is her story.

When the protective steel flood-walls broke,?the Army Corps of Engineers?with cooperation from big media?turned the blame on natural types of disasters. In the chaotic aftermath, Rosenthal uncovers the U.S. corruption, and big media at root. Follow this New Orleans hero as she exposes the federal agency?s egregious design errors and eventually changes the narrative surrounding the New Orleans flood. In this engaging and revealing tale of man versus nature and man versus man,?Words Whispered in Water?proves that the power of a single individual is alive and well.

If you enjoyed books like?The Johnstown Flood,?Breach of Faith, or?The Great Deluge, then?Words Whispered in Water?is your next read!