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Stupid book. Had to buy as a requirement for school. No idea why we read something so poorly written for English class.Published 20 days ago by Cricket
Gives one insight into the challenges faced by anyone that has to or may have to deal with or address violence.Published 8 months ago by L. N. Mcdonald
A beautifully written and extremely provocative book. Anyone concerned about escalating violence in America or wanting to better understand the pernicious influence of handguns on... Read morePublished 13 months ago by fluteguy
Fantastic, insightful read - the illustrations are also great. I will recommend this book far and wide.Published 16 months ago by Kristin Louise Duncombe
The book came perfect, no scratch, torn pages, and it was a hard cover whih was amazing. There was only a little wear. But it was fine.Published 18 months ago by diana h
I heard about this book on the Freakanomics podcast. It's quite poignant. I highly recommend it to anyone. word wordPublished 21 months ago by Serpico
This is one of the desk books I have ever read. It is inspiring and thought provoking. Canada is an unsung American hero.Published 21 months ago by Wendy Liz
I read the sample from this book, and bought it right away... I used to be a teacher for 8 years, and I have seen first--hand the trials of violence and and the aftermath of the... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Wayne Cash