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  • Smash All the windows is riveting

    The author's precise writing style drives home the immense tragedy that is the focus of this book. The story draws you in and the characters become real, their suffering is transmitted through stark imagery. Definitely worth reading.

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  • Hopeful

    While the subject of this book has the potential to be depressing (and, no mistake, it is sad), I found myself engaged with the characters as the living worked their way to a more hopeful future. The description of the final exhibit reminded me of the 911 Museum in NYC.

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  • Boring

    Boring. Too many characters. Chapters didn't flow.

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  • Heartrending and Incandescent

    In the aftermath of an horrific tragedy Davis follows a representative sample of those left behind, the tip of the iceberg that leads us inevitably to view the behemoth below.

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