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Gut Reaction: Compelling action, easy to connect with characters. This book keeps you thinking and makes you feel like you are facing the obstacles along with Valerie. Why: Fitting in can be very hard at times, and this story shows that you never really know what people are going through. Hadn't noticed when it got personal. Hadn't realized that Nick's stories had become tales of suicide.
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Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Hate List by Jennifer Brown. download the eBook Price: Choose Store. Skip this list. Ratings and Book Reviews 2 17 star ratings 2 reviews. Overall rating 4. This book managed to show many perspectives on a school shooting, but the one perspective that stood out to me the most was how one person felt like if they'd been a little kinder, there might have been a chance that the entire chain reaction of events might not have been triggered.
ONE person out of the many bullies tormenting the offender might have been able to prevent something so horrendous from happening. Most of the book felt cold to me.
I can't explain why I felt detached, but I was. It wasn't until the very last section that everything hit me in a big way it appears that a few other friends thought the same thing , and then I started to cry. The book was worth reading just for the way I felt about the last section, but there was something about the setup which felt sterile to me. Maybe that was the point, who knows I appreciated that both of the parties directly and indirectly involved with the shootings were shown as feeling, thinking, human beings.
Too often, we fail to look at the person committing the crime and wonder how they got to such a place that would make them want to hurt other people. This passage near the end of the book made me lose it I'm not going to consider it a spoiler that you'll figure out the shooter killed himself because that happens a good portion of the time with these types of crimes, so it's something the majority of us would probably assume to be something that would happen : Of course Ma would have wanted Nick remembered as a "Beloved Son.
Once Valerie realized what he was doing she jumped in front of Nick hoping to stop him, getting shot herself and leading to his immediate suicide. Now she has to deal with the aftermath. The media and most of the community and possibly even her family have already judged her guilty, if not of being in on Nick's plans of at least encouraging them.
The police might decide the same. And how could she not have seen it--was she stupid? Nick was the one person in the world with whom she shared a special connection, and they understood each other in ways no one else did--didn't they? Apparently not. Were people right, was it her fault all of those people died?