School Shooting Fiction

All fiction about school shootings, their premeditation, and aftermath.
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52 books · 224 voters · list created July 20th, 2009 by Laura (votes) .
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message 1: by Tamora (new)

Tamora Pierce COLUMBINE and SHE SAID YES are both non-fiction, not fiction. COLUMBINE is very good and clears up a lot of misconceptions about the events that happened there. Stephen King has removed RAGE, one of the Bachman books, from publication after one school shooter claimed it inspired him to his acts.


message 2: by Owen (new)

Owen Tamora wrote: "COLUMBINE and SHE SAID YES are both non-fiction, not fiction. COLUMBINE is very good and clears up a lot of misconceptions about the events that happened there. Stephen King has removed RAGE, one..."

This is super late, but Columbine is a piece of crap, I've done years of research on the event and Dave Cullen is an idiot. It's also been dis-proved about Cassie.


message 3: by Roberta (new)

Roberta Yes, Dave Cullen is an idiot. And while it's nice to read a book written by a victim's mother, Cassie was never asked if she believed in God. Valeen Schnurr is the survivor who got shot and started saying "Oh my God, oh my God!", at which point Dylan asked her if she believed in God and why and then left her alone. No one was killed for believing in God. There were no martyrs. The media and everyone just tried to demonize Dylan and Eric even more by telling those lies.


message 4: by Michael (new)

Michael Le Fevre I'm surprised not to see "He Was Weird" by Michael D LeFevre on the list. That too is a book about a school shooting. It details the events leading up to it, the event itself and the aftermath and how it affects so many people.


message 5: by Laura (new)

Laura Michael wrote: "I'm surprised not to see "He Was Weird" by Michael D LeFevre on the list. That too is a book about a school shooting. It details the events leading up to it, the event itself and the aftermath and ..."

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message 7: by E. (new)

E. Kahn I read this book years ago and I want to recommend it to someone else and add it to this list but I can't remember the title at all, and searching on Goodreads isn't helping.

It's from the late 90's to mid 00's. The opening sentence is something like "by the end of this book, most of the characters will be dead." The narrator is a mixed race high school kid who attends a "gifted" or "advanced" program, as do his siblings. The book deals with bullying, drug abuse, self-esteem issues and other teen problems and ends with a Columbine-style school shooting straight out of Guy Ritchie film.

I want to say it's a Young Adult type novel but with that ending it's probably not?

Thanks in advance.


message 8: by Heather (new)

Heather Caudill Roberta wrote: "Yes, Dave Cullen is an idiot. And while it's nice to read a book written by a victim's mother, Cassie was never asked if she believed in God. Valeen Schnurr is the survivor who got shot and started..."

Actually, Rachel Scott was killed for her faith. There is even an upcoming movie about it called I'm Not Ashamed. Eric asked her if she believed and she said she did then he killed her.


♫✯Aria loves #Pricefield✯♫❤NO EMOJI❤I'm the one with the ghosts in my bed, but they only come alive at night. E. wrote: "I read this book years ago and I want to recommend it to someone else and add it to this list but I can't remember the title at all, and searching on Goodreads isn't helping.

It's from the late 90..."


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♫✯Aria loves #Pricefield✯♫❤NO EMOJI❤I'm the one with the ghosts in my bed, but they only come alive at night. Forgive Me, Leanord Peacock doesn't count- the shooting does not occur at school , and it's only one person and then himself (neither of which happens in the end)


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