So, each chapter is written by a different teen author. Rather than providing a complete picture of the
events in this story, it gives bits and pieces. Some of the chapters are pre disaster, others are after. It felt incomplete to me. I did not feel like this with Thirteen Reasons Why.
A loner kid who just switched schools and has family issues, few have taken time to know, goes into his school's pep rally and opens fire. He kills a significant number of kids and one adult. Some seem to have been specifically targeted. Each chapter is a glimpse into the lives of the killer and his victims. This is one of many fiction books about school shootings to have come out recently. It isn't the best I've read.