It’s been three years since the Virgil County High School Massacre. Three years since my best friend, Sarah, was killed in a bathroom stall during the mass shooting. Everyone knows Sarah’s story–that she died proclaiming her faith.
But it’s not true.
I know because I was with her when she died. I didn’t say anything then, and people got hurt because of it. Now Sarah’s parents are publishing a book about her, so this might be my last chance to set the record straight . . . but I’m not the only survivor with a story to tell about what did–and didn’t–happen that day.
Except Sarah’s martyrdom is important to a lot of people, people who don’t take kindly to what I’m trying to do. And the more I learn, the less certain I am about what’s right. I don’t know what will be worse: the guilt of staying silent or the consequences of speaking up . . .
I did liked this book. The story was very sensitive to most readers. I did liked the the characters in the book. The kids that survived been through a lot since the shooting years ago.
It was nice seeing how the survivors get together to cope with what happen each year. You can see the bond they have for each other. But when Lee wants to write the truth on what really happen that day, will their bond still be strong?
This book is empowering and about moving from grief and getting the truth out there. But not everyone will be happy about it. What happen that faithful day could change some of the survivors lives.
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