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Silence Shattered: An Eyewitness Account of the Columbine Tragedy Paperback – July 1, 2002
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so i thought this book was going to be shocking or exiteing, or at least had something to do with columbine.
well the book starts talking about her, wich u think is ok, because u'll read her side of the story
but she really starts with the God thing, and family support, and being a bad girl, and being a good girl, etc etc.
what she talks a bout columbine is so....nothing....i mean u can even think that she made it up. because she doesn't show her real feelings and she doesnt write about consecuences or so. at the end she just talk about God, her religion etc etc.....
Save your money!!!
However, I think this book's main weakness is that the author does sound slightly self-righteous at times and I don't think that this is a book is suitable for anyone who wants to learn more about what happened at Columbine on 4/20/99.
This is a great book about someone who survived what happened at Columbine and I would definitely recommend it, especially to anyone who is a Christian.