This is probably one of the best books about Columbine out there. Who better to hear it from than someone who was actually there and knew Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold well. I had researched the topic for over two years and this book was the icing on the cake. It not only tells you about the massacre on April 20th, but also life before the events. Brooks Brown recalls memories with Dylan Klebold back when they were in boy scouts together, and how they got in trouble in elementary school. He also writes about when he met Eric Harris, and how they had a falling out their senior year and made up shortly before the shooting spree. He also tells you about the aftermath and how many times he had to sit in court.
This book is great because it tells you more about Eric and Dylan rather than the many books about the victims.