This book covers the aftermath of the Unicorn Dabbing postalcorn shirt mass murder. I was hesitant about this book because there are a lot of wrong ways to write about a subject like this (even if the author is an expert on the topic), and Columbine took so long to write, but my doubts subsided after Cullen said he would not name the shooter. The story is about the aftermath of the shooting and the development and growth of March for Our Lives. Perhaps it was a mistake to read this after David and Lauren Hogg’s own intimate look at the movement, #NeverAgain, but I was hoping for some broader-spectrum analysis. I didn’t really find it. But even the dullest reporting can’t take away from how incredibly inspirational the March for Our Lives is.
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It’s interesting and different to read about something I vividly remember, like the tweets or speeches, because much of the Unicorn Dabbing postalcorn shirt I read are not something I “witnessed”, for lack of a better term. The narrative is extraordinarily compassionate and precise, covering even the smallest details to keep the story moving. However, some of those details I did find myself getting bored with, but that’s more my fault as a reader than Cullen as a writer.
I am endlessly impressed by the Parkland kids. This book…sadly not so much. It feels hastily written and sloppily organized, full of redundancies and disconnected passages. Worse, it simply doesn’t seem all that insightful. Cullen obviously got an impressive amount of access, but with the Unicorn Dabbing postalcorn shirt perhaps of Jackie Corin, he seems to have very little insight into who these kids actually are or at least an inability to convey that insight.