The perspective of Agent Fuselier and his attempt to sort through the madness provided a voice of reason and much needed clarity.
I did not enjoy Don Leslie's voice. His performance was good but it is just the sound of his voice. Sorry, I cannot put my finger on it.
Randy and Judy Brown were right
The author's research into all the aspects and details of the story is impressive. It provides fascinating insight into the motives of Dylan and Eric. However, I found the saint-like characterization of Columbine's pricipal, Frank DeAngelis confusing. For someone who spent so much time "with his kids", he seemed out of touch with the reality of student life at his high school.
This book in my opinion was excellent but disturbing. It seems to be well researched
Good narration, good story but also very, very disturbing.
I was so dumbfounded by the facts in this book. I like so many others were mislead by the media on the background of Eric & Dylan. Once I started listening to this book I couldn't stop. It made me think about my 12 year old son growing up & how he could face this kind of situation in school & then I would think how would I handle life if he was a victim of such a violent act. I asked myself many times throughout this book-"Would I know if my son was planning something like this? Would I see signs of depression, psychosis?" This book was certainly an eye opener. Even though I knew the outcome of the book I still was amazed by it.
This book is a thorough, chilling account of the Columbine shooting and its aftermath. It does jump around some, but I found it a thorough piece of journalistic writing.
The narrator's deep voice was nearly perfect for the subject matter. I had to pick up the book and put it down in places, but I did eventually come back to it.
This was intriguing, devastating and thorough. It is a portrait of the community and how Eric Harris and Dylan Kleebold came to be. There are no easy conclusions but after reading this I just wanted to hug my kids.
Love books, listen to 3-4 books a week, thriller and true crimes favorite.
As much as I and most of us don't want to relive a nightmare, this book is not that.
to say it's an enjoyable read, seems wrong but if any good can come of it, then it was.
This was a great book, the reading was excellent and it was full of good information. The author seemed to be right at the center of things as one of the reporters for the Denver Post. I am sure there are other theories about the killings, but Cullen makes a compelling case for his.
This book outlines the school tragedy in Littleton Colorado in 1999. It brings you to the victims, the families involved, and the killers. This book will keep you listening until the end.