Laura Hillenbrand

Hillenbrand in 2003 Laura Hillenbrand (born May 15, 1967) is an American author of books and magazine articles. Her two bestselling nonfiction books, ''Seabiscuit: An American Legend'' (2001) and ''Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption'' (2010), have sold over 13 million copies, and each was adapted for film. Her writing style is distinct from New Journalism, dropping "verbal pyrotechnics" in favor of a stronger focus on the story itself.

Hillenbrand fell ill in college and was unable to complete her degree. She shared that experience in an award-winning essay, ''A Sudden Illness,'' published in ''The New Yorker'' in 2003. Her books were written while she was disabled by myalgic encephalomyelitis, also known as chronic fatigue syndrome. In a 2014 interview, Bob Schieffer said to Laura Hillenbrand: "To me your story – battling your disease... is as compelling as his (Louis Zamperini's) story." Provided by Wikipedia
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by Hillenbrand, Laura.
Published 2014
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by Hillenbrand, Laura.
Published 2014
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by Hillenbrand, Laura.
Published 2010
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by Hillenbrand, Laura.
Published 2001
Large Print

by Hillenbrand, Laura
Published 2001
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by Hillenbrand, Laura.
Published 2001
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by Hillenbrand, Laura.
Published 2010
Audiobook (CD)

Published 2018
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Published 2003
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