A Mother's Reckoning - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Sue Klebold
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In June of 1999, the family members of the victims were invited to visit the school library, where many of their children had died, before renovations took place. As Dylan was not considered to be a victim of Columbine, the Klebold family had not been contacted. Despite this, the Klebold’s desperately needed to see where Dylan had taken his own life and the lives of others and spoke with their lawyer in order to set up a visit.

Walking into the school was a challenge for Sue as she was forced to confront the magnitude of the damage her son had caused. Sue had hoped that by seeing the room, she would find some semblance of peace or closure. As soon as Sue caught site of her son’s frame marked out on the floor, she was overcome with emotion. She writes, “Byron’s...

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