Born on 9/11 – A Graphic Novel

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Coming September 2021. Written and illustrated by Andy Steele. 380 pages.


He drew his first breath just as his father was drawing his last.

It was September 11, 2001. Kevin Langdon was born the same day his father, a firefighter, died saving lives in the World Trade Center. From the time Kevin was a boy, he always wanted to know more about his father’s final moments.

As he approaches his 18th birthday, Kevin comes across the groundbreaking research of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, a group of experts that challenges the official account of what destroyed the three WTC towers. When Kevin begins to voice his doubts publicly, he finds out just how powerful are the forces that seek to cover up the truth surrounding his father’s death. He faces not only backlash within his own family but vicious persecution by a national TV personality with dark connections.

Will Kevin be silenced by those determined to keep the truth hidden? Or will he expose what really killed his father — and nearly 3,000 others — on that terrible day?


 “Andy Steele has created an epic graphic novel that brilliantly merges the human elements of this tragedy with the overlooked evidence that contradicts the story we have been told for the past 20 years. He makes us care about all of his characters as they struggle in their own ways to find healing, hope, and truth in a world still devastated by 9/11."

Rosie O’Donnell

“A raw and unfiltered story that encourages critical thinking, Andy Steele’s novel brought me to tears as it reminded me of all the evidence I came across after my brother’s death that proved the official story untrue. The journey of Kevin Langdon mirrors the experience of so many family members who have faced resistance not only from a world that exploits their grief but from their own loved ones and community. In the end, Kevin makes a difference because of his unyielding compassion and the purity of his mission. It is a powerful lesson for all of us.”

—Michele Little, sister of FDNY Firefighter David Martin Weiss, Rescue 1

 “A gripping story, carefully researched and artfully drawn, about young people encountering the threadbare official tale of 9/11. At times funny, at times deeply moving, Andy Steele’s novel inspires the post-9/11 generation to confront the traumatizing destruction of the World Trade Center and the politics of fear that have since flourished.”

                                  —Graeme MacQueen, Retired Professor of Religious Studies and Peace Studies  McMaster University, Ontario



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