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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD [A Mother's Reckoning Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy] AUTHOR Sue Klebold Her book is a tribute to Dylan without being an excuse and a moving call to action for mental health advocacy and researchA MOTHER'S RECKONING is a detailed and graphic account of the carefully planned massacre that occurred at Columbine High School on April 20 1999 It includes information on the recorded basement tape video made by Eric and Dylan as well as documented statements from their diaries and Sue's own journalA great deal of thi

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A Mother's Reckoning Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy

review A Mother's Reckoning Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub On April 20 1999 Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold walked into Columbine High School in Littleton Colorado Over the course of minutes they would kill twelve students and a teacher and wound twenty four others before taking their own lives   For the last sixteen years Sue Klebold Dylan’s mother has lived with the indescribable grief and shame of that day How could her child the promising young man she had loved and raised be responsible for such horror And how as his mother had she not known something was wrong. Audiobook Library Overdriveread by Sue KleboldSPOILERS INCLUDEDI haven t felt this incredibly dissatisfied about a book in the way I do like this in a very long timeA special thanks to local Goodreads friend LisaVegan for being a great support discussing issues and battles I had daily hour by hour at times with my reckoning living with my thoughts and feelings in the aftermath of Sue Klebold s memoirIt s unimaginable the horrific devastating shocking pain range of emotions a parent faces after a tragedy of this magnitude denial grief loss shock fear sadness sickness guilt ashamed etc knowing your child killed 13 students a teacher and injured 24 others I had immediate empathy for these parents years ago I didn t blame them I still don tin fact I felt incredible empathy for themWhen I started this book I felt even compassion and empathy for Sue Klebold Over lunch one day with Lisa I said I had read a harsh review of this book which I felt was too harsh this woman is so real our hearts break for her I WAS SURE I WOULD GIVE HER BOOK 5 starsNow I don t think that review was harsh enough By the next day I was writing LisaSO IRATE I had taken a complete turn from feeling empathetic to feeling angry As my reading continued my thoughts and emotions were mostly judgmental about this entire book I can t tell you how angry I felt at times THIS WAS THE BOOK SUE WANTED THE WORLD TO READ To me there is SO MUCH OFF WITH IT I could write pages I still feel sorry for the shoes Sue wears since her child did what he did I m not saying it s fair that she was left to suffer but what I don t respect are the choices she made in the print words she wrote With the audacity it took a lot of chutzpah to focus on HERSELF as a good loving mother AS MUCH AS SHE DID and how her sunshine boy was a good kid and she lost a son too FOR MOST OF THE BOOK over and over so MUCH I begin to cringe I actually felt embarrassed and ashamed for so much narcissism she exposed of herself There were pages of examples of Dylan s childhood her Sunshine Boy A few of HER INTERPRETATIONS from the examples she shared I saw different than SueI thought about how much denial she was in Dylan was a son she wanted to see I don t even blame her for being blind and having limitations we all have them But there was so much justification on her part looking for false causes and turning the story into a suicide story as being dominant than a kid who was a mass murderer well I m sorry I think she is still in denial When Sue introduces herself today to people groups wherever she says I am Sue Klebold mother of a son who committed suicide He was also one of shooters at Columbine Throughout this entire book Sue repeats how good she was many examples dinner with the family she wanted to know who his friends were had rules about violence in movies etc etc etc and about Dylan smart good grades would still snuggle her and that she had NO IDEA he was capable of this She minimize BOYS WILL BE BOYS the year before when Dylan was arrested for a felony and wrote a paper for a class that was so disturbing the teacher called the parents in Is she kidding her self when she says there are no signs The denial about her son started very early When Dylan was 10 years old she took him roller skating He was having trouble and falling down a lot She wanted to hold his hand THEY HAD VERY DIFFERENT PERSONALITY TRAITS AND DISPOSITIONS It would be hard for a caring hovering loving mother to get inside this type of child s head and needsDylan said he wanted to skate himself he could figure it out himself Sue says it felt like an hour waiting for him to make it around the rink that it was so painful watching him fall down so many times But when he made it back he said in an aggressive voice see I told you I could do it myself Sue and her husband concluded Dylan would be able to accomplish anything he wanted in life out of his pure will of force She didn t hear his frustrated voice or acknowledge his anger or his need to prove something by the way he snapped at his mother Sue spent too much time praising Dylan for doing his own laundry doing origami and his diligently working with legos Her BIGGEST fear was people would think she wasn t a good parent This book was SO MUCH ABOUT HERSELF and that DYLAN was LOVED that I started to feel embarrassed How could this woman speak about she and her good loving son FOR MOST OF THE BOOK making excuses oh she had many possible false causes ultimately turning this into a suicide story leaving all the other families dangling with I think about them all the time but we don t feel it nearly as much as we feel Sue s mission to EXPLAIN BRAIN ILLNESS Give me a break Sue was MORE UPSET that Dylan s Friends were not allowed to go to graduation than she expressed for the VICTIMS killed I m ashamed of this book I felt it was an INSULT INSENSITIVE to the families and victims of Columbine I clearly would have been better off reading Columbine by Dave Cullen for a better comprehensive understanding This is a MOMMY S MEMOIR of LOSS PAINThe life she knew before April 20 1999 was over THAT I AM SOOOO SORRY FORYet Sue is confused still in denial This book had to have made many people gut wrenching angry those who lost children family and friends I share their anger and at minimum a sad disappointment with Sue s memoir It felt hurtful to others At some point I ll definitely plan to read Dave Cullen s book for a accurate examination THANK YOU TO ANYONE who read this review I know it was long broke my own rule But this book got under my skin Writing this was my way of letting it gosomewhatOff to soak in the pool not to read or listen to an Audiobook simply listen to music Enjoy the sounds of nature too

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review A Mother's Reckoning Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Videos and writings that Dylan left behind and on countless interviews with mental health experts   Filled with hard won wisdom and compassion  A Mother’s Reckoning is a powerful and haunting book that sheds light on one of the most pressing issues of our time And with fresh wounds from the recent Newtown and Charleston shootings never has the need for understanding been urgent   All author profits from the book will be donated to research and to charitable organizations focusing on mental health issues. Out of the worst tragedies there surely sprouts some specks light and hope That seems to be the premise of this book and makes it the ideal choice for the buddy with whom I chose to read this Pain and suffering seems to envelop people but there are many feelings and emotions that layer themselves within the larger narrative of grief Sue Klebold has the insurmountable task of penning this piece and trying not to get lost in the accusations surrounding the pall left by her son Dylan Klebold was one of the Columbine High School shooters a murder spree whose infamy only grew in the months after events once much of the evidence and backstory emerged Sue Klebold seeks not to want to gloss over events or spend the entire book seeking pity from the reader but to offer her own perspective of events and how she was blindsided by many of the narrative from April 20 1999 The early chapters offer a cogent narrative of the events of the day and the period that followed a time in which Sue and her husband Tom were crippled with doubt and guilt for what Dylan had done Searching for answers both in their own lives and that of their younger son the Klebolds faced vilification over something they said they could not have predicted As the book progresses Klebold takes the reader back in time to depict Dylan as a loving boy who was extremely helpful and loving However with the power of hindsight Klebold could see what might have been warning signs of the smallest order Throughout Klebold offers the argument that Dylan was a follower and that Eric Harris his long time friend and the other Columbine shooter was the leader of this sadistic act This is not to toss all the blame onto Harris but Klebold posits throughout that her son s less aggressive nature surfaced in journal entries recorded messages and in footage of the actual school shooting Addressing teen suicide and the inner turmoil that Dylan faced Sue is blunt in her message to parents do not ignore anything that seems out of place Beneath the surface of any teenager s emotional expressions can be found torrential angst and calls for help Had Sue and Tom Klebold delved deeper into Dylan s life as soon as they can issues would Columbine have been averted There is no way to tell and while media outlets seem to bask in finding a whipping boy finger pointing serves no fruitful purpose A powerful book that does offer insight angst pain and confusion in all forms Klebold is to be applauded for coming out and speaking about these hard issues in a frank manner While it would be crass to choose any reading group that might like this book its insightful nature might prove useful to those who remember the Columbine shooting as they wrestle to better understand the chaos of that dayAfter reading a stellar book on Columbine many of my friends asked if I would consider reading Sue Klebold s biographymemoir to offer another interesting perspective I will be the first to admit I was hesitant I did not want a sob story that bemoaned how the world had painted her with the same brush as her son or that Dylan was the victim here a youth that slipped through the cracks Additionally I expected a we wash our hands of this as we could not have known piece I could not have been off base Klebold takes responsibility as any parent would but does not allow Dylan off scot free for what he did Klebold draws on all aspects of her life with Dylan childhood lead up to the Columbine event and her solo suffering with a son she never knew in the aftermath Layered not only with poignant topics but also some succinct diary excerpts to weigh in on the discussion the book flows wonderfully as it dissects some of the areas related to Dylan and the shooting The blindside of what Dylan was going through as well as the hindsight realisation that the signs were actually there shows Klebold at her most vulnerable She pulls no punches in lashing out at those who seek to pummel her with the guilt of the event but is also compassionate enough to realise that her presence might be too much for some parents to handle While many of the books on school shootings focus on the terror and the victims Klebold posits that the list of victims is exponentially larger left to include those members of the perpetrators families that did not see it coming I was left loving the frankness of this book but also hating it as I cannot shake those sickening feeling in my stomach that left me asking Could this be Neo Will I ever know if he is struggling and about to topple into this abyss I am sick with worry admittedly but I also know that I can only do so much I must send my son to school unaware if there will be a school shooting just as I can only hope that I will foster an open and honest relationship with my son to ensure that I see any signs Klebold has left me with that hope and for that I am eternally gratefulKudos Madam Klebold for touching on so many important issues within this book While I struggled with some of it because of 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review A Mother's Reckoning Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Were there subtle signs she had missed What if anything could she have done differently   These are uestions that Klebold has grappled with every day since the Columbine tragedy In  A Mother’s Reckoning she chronicles with unflinching honesty her journey as a mother trying to come to terms with the incomprehensible In the hope that the insights and understanding she has gained may help other families recognize when a child is in distress she tells her story in full drawing upon her personal journals the. I actually started listening to this in the summer I only finished it recently I find these books very hard to review I think this audio hit me harder then I expected It was even emotional as it is narrated by Sue Klebold It took her many years to write this book She knew there would never be a right time for it She knows people blame her and her husband She blames herself in many ways What did they miss Could she have stopped it I wasn t sure what to expect when I started listening to this audio I respect Sue Klebold for writing this book I know there are many people that feel it shouldn t have been written but I think we can all learn from her story and this terrible tragedy I understand that not everyone will want to read it But I m glad I did I was glad to hear that she is donating 100 percent of the money made from this book to mental health and suicide prevention research

  • Hardcover
  • 305
  • A Mother's Reckoning Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy
  • Sue Klebold
  • English
  • 17 October 2020
  • 9781101902752