I have a morbid fascination with some things that aren't very nice, and at one point my attention was brought to Columbine. I read up about it a fair deal, even watching a bit of the Basement Tapes, and thought I knew more or less what happened. I was wrong.
Man, what a ride. This book was so long, but it was all good. Everything that happened and that was described felt absolutely necessary in the scheme of things, and I didn't skip a word. It completely absorbed me and when I finished I felt like I had finished a journey of my own.