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That's Not What Happened It s been three years since the Virgil County High School Massacre Three years since my best friend, Sarah, was killed in a bathroom stall during the mass shooting Everyone knows Sarah s story that she died proclaiming her faith But it s not true I know because I was with her when she died I didn t say anything then, and people got hurt because of it Now Sarah s parents are publishing a book about her, so this might be my last chance to set the record straight but I m not the only survivor with a story to tell about what did and didn t happen that day Except Sarah s martyrdom is important to a lot of people, people who don t take kindly to what I m trying to do And the I learn, the less certain I am about what s right I don t know what will be worse the guilt of staying silent or the consequences of speaking up

About the Author: Kody Keplinger

I m a 19 year old college student and young adult author My first book, THE DUFF, debuted on September 7, 2010 I write books for teenagers and strive to be honest and true to life Forinfo, check out my website.http

10 thoughts on “That's Not What Happened

  1. jv poore jv poore says:

    Huge thanks to the student that added this on Goodreads Having donated other Keplinger books to their classroom library, I was particularly excited to see this on a To Read shelf, so I quickly ordered a copy to donate When it arrived, I realized I really needed to read it Right now, before it even made it to the classroom And it was amazing and a

  2. Laura Laura says:

    Sometimes it s okay to believe things that aren t true Sometimes it s necessary I have been a Kody Keplinger fan since The DUFF, which still finds its way into my re read rotation Ms Keplinger s characters, banter, intelligence, and strong messages that tie right into current events and moods make her one of my favorite voices But That s Not What Happened

  3. Kelly Kelly says:

    Inspired by the story of Cassie Bernall after Columbine, Keplinger s book is a story about who controls the narrative in the aftermath of tragedy It s a searing exploration of voice who has it and who has it taken from them Lee who is asexual begins the story three years after a surviving a school shooting It s just her and five others, though only four others are

  4. Sara Sara says:

    I really liked the concept of this and thought the author did an excellent job of focusing on the victims and not the shooter The fact that she blurred the name of the shooter in particular was a great move I read this very quickly and did enjoy it however overall it was pretty middle of the road for me.

  5. Elise (TheBookishActress) Elise (TheBookishActress) says:

    I didn t even KNOW Kody Keplinger had a new book releasing holy shit

  6. Ryan Buckby Ryan Buckby says:

    actual rating 3.5 5 stars This book was very heavy and is very relevant to whats happening this days in America which is sad and i have a feelingbooks like this will be coming upPlot this book follows six teenagers who all survived a school shooting that happened three years prior to this book starting We follow the lives of Leanne lee , Ashley, Eden, Miles, Denny and Kellie as they try con

  7. ambsreads ambsreads says:

    this really lacked depth honestly review to come

  8. Tati Tati says:

    EhThis was an okay read Yes, yes, call me cold hearted for not enjoying a book about the aftermath of a school shooting The thing is, while the situation itself is very traumatic, the writing didn t make me care about the characters, or what happened to them To be honest, not even the mistery around the shooter s identity gripped me Also, I was led to believe the secret that Lee was going to reveal would be

  9. Fafa& Fafa& says:

    Mini review DNFTrigger Warning Trauma from school shooting Up till the point I read.I am a huge fan of Kody Keplinger When I heard about this book I was so psyched Unfortunately I didn t enjoy it.Upon starting the book I realized that the story wasn t for me I did some skimming and couldn t connect to any off the characters After that I lost interest in the book I do still recommend I think this book is really import

  10. Dahlia Dahlia says:

    I liked the approach of this a lot viewing a school shooting years later to pull apart the truths of it and the fact that there was this whole friend group created with a unique bond as a result It was definitely a fast read, too For me, what didn t work quite as well, which I wanna discuss not to criticize the book which I quite liked, by the way but because I think it s an interesting discussion, is the span of time between

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