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Under the Bridge by Rebecca Godfrey
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May 04, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: non-fiction
Read in May, 2009

Under the Bridge gave a strange, personal insight into the lives of a group of seemingly average young, Canadian teenagers. These kids were not much younger than me at the time and that struck me even more. On the outside, what these kids did hanging out would look like basic, small town, bored kids - hanging out in a field, at convenience stores and the like. But their secret lives gave a different side of their personalities and realities. And on that one night, an overwhelming pack-mentality made so many lives take a turn for the worst. I do get the sense from the book that many were very untruthful and some who were truthful were discredited publicly. I only wish there were better updates on the "players" in this crime: the killers, unsung heroes and the, in my opinion, wrongly defiled. All in all, good coverage of the events, I really could envision what happened that night.

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