Jul 06, 12
Read from June 26 to July 06, 2012
A strong, thorough and incredibly disturbing work of journalism. Cullen is a (very) gifted writer, and the view he presents of the Columbine tragedy—a tragedy that's (arguably) become an important part of our Western psyche—is fresh and illuminating. And this view is extensive: from the pure logistics of the event, to the psychological profiles of the killers, and the emotional struggles of the survivors.
A mesmerizing read, and one that seems the substantiate the following: if you think you know what happened at Columbine, you don't.