This book humanizes someone that most of us saw as a monster. Klebold painfully writes openly about her son Dylan and his involvement in the Columbine shooting.
A family that offered love and support to their son becomes part of one of the biggest tragedies in history. Sue expresses the emotional turmoil from the moment she received the frantic call from her husband to come home from work on that horrific day, and documents the difficult task of trying to unravel the mystery of a son they loved and thought they knew so well.
Klebold has devoted her life to helping in the advance of mental awareness and intervention, donating all proceeds from this book to organizations that focus on mental health issues.