"A fascinating story . . . Those who delighted in Caro's "Power Broker" will relish" City in the Sky."" -Thomas Bender, "The New York Times Book Review" The World Trade Center was the biggest and brashest icon that New York has ever produced-a pair of magnificent giants that became intimately familiar around the globe. In this vivid, brilliantly researched narrative, "New York Times" reporters James Glanz and Eric Lipton re-create the life of the World Trade Center from its genesis in David Rockefeller's ambition to rebuild lower Manhattan to the spirited battles with local storeowners and powerful politicians who opposed it, to the bold structural engineering innovations that would later determine who lived and died in its collapse. And like David McCullough's "The Great Bridge," "City in the Sky" is a riveting story of New York itself- of architectural daring, political maneuvering, human ambition and frailty, and a lost American icon.