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"Our intent was to share Cassie's story in an effort to encourage parents and teenagers. If any of our actions have hurt or offended anyone, we sincerely apologize."
In She Said Yes, a moving memoir written by Cassie's mother, Misty Bernall, we meet the real Cassie, a typical adolescent who struggles with peer pressure and her relationship with her parents. Once headed down the common teenage path of self-loathing and depression, Cassie turned her life around through her faith and the support of a group of people who helped her find peace and purpose--her youth group at church. Though Cassie was far from the perfect child, She Said Yes tells the story of how Cassie's faith gave her the strength to overcome the obstacles she faced in her young life. Regardless of what happened at Columbine, She Said Yes is a moving tribute to an extraordinary young woman and a lesson for both parents and teenagers alike. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This was a very interesting book to read.
I cannot thank Mrs. Bernall enough for writing this book - and I thank her more for sharing her daughter's inspiring story with the world.
The book is written by Cassie's mother Misty Bernall, who writes a heartwrenching story of the tragic shooting that happened in 1999.
There is much controversy in many of the books regarding the shootings at Columbine as to whether there is truth to them or not. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ElleAyess
I bought this for my brother after his confirmation and for Christmas and it arrived in perfect condition. Plus, it's an amazing book.Published 3 months ago by Taylor Ring
I am here to say two things about two particular comments and to say the story is good. First, being a "devout Christian" with any type of hatred is in complete opposition... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dianne
Stupid book is filled with worthless Christan propaganda and stories discredited by the government. This Author is a lyer. DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK.Published 5 months ago by Klabick
I read this book many times as a teenager and was really encouraged by her story. I am impressed with the stand her parents took and how they along with a good community and her... Read morePublished 5 months ago by JD
I have read this book a few times. What other reviewers are missing here is that the title states, Unlikely martyrdom, not that they believed their daughter to be one. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Chris