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Posted May 13, 2005
I thought I was tired of hearing any more of what happened that day, but I have been studying this subject, doing a lot of reading, and am now getting a better understanding. Reading the personal experiences of these three victims and how they have come away all the stronger for the experience, makes for uplifting reading. I shed a few tears, but thoroughly enjoyed the book. I'd recommend it to anyone, any age from teen to a grandparent like me now.
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Posted April 15, 2004
I remember vividly where I was and what I was doing when I heard about the Columbine shootings. I was worried that the book would be a sensational rehash of the gory details; but this book is more about the faith and hope that helped these kids survive Columbine. I was particulary impressed with Amber's story--she was in the library during the shootings. Columbine survivor (and author) Liz Carlston did a great job blending the stories to create a book that is an engaging and touching tribute to those who died--and those who lived.
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