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Subject: Columbine by Dave Cullen
Date Posted: 5/13/2009 6:27 PM ET
Member Since: 3/1/2005
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I'm reading a library hardback of Columbine and the book is very well written and riveting.  What a sad story and hard to believe it has been 10 years since it happened.

Subject: 10 years Wow!!
Date Posted: 5/15/2009 8:28 AM ET
Member Since: 5/4/2008
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Now that you say that it is hard to believe.I swear it has only been a few, but time does fly. I will have to check that book out!

Date Posted: 5/15/2009 5:20 PM ET
Member Since: 3/15/2009
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I'm so glad to hear its a good book!  I've been wanting to read it since it came out - its on my Wishlist, but unfortunately I'm in the good company of 109 other people! 

Date Posted: 5/24/2009 4:51 PM ET
Member Since: 2/15/2009
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Thanks for posting this,, i have been looking for a really good nonfiction book to read and this sounds like something i would really love to read!!!  I just finished "Aruba" by Natalie Holloways father,,, and  i got so engrossed , i needed something else to follow up,,


Date Posted: 6/5/2009 6:28 PM ET
Member Since: 6/19/2008
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First of all, True Crime is one of my favorite genres.  That being said, I was really disappointed in this book.  I bought it brand new and it really irks me when than happens.  I thought it was tedious and disjointed.  The timeline was never clear.  I also would have liked a diagram of the school so I could picture in my mind.  It really blows to spend $20 on a book then not like it.  I posted it and passed it on.

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