In this review that posted yesterday, Sarah Rudolph, Director of TorahTutors, commemorates the third anniversary of the Pittsburgh shooting with thoughts on a powerful collection of essays by local writers.
This is not really a book about the victims, though most of the writers share at least something about at least some of them. It is rather a book about those who lived, about how they experienced and processed the horror and about what that means moving forward, for them and for the world. It is raw and heartbreaking, and also inspiring.
May the victims’ memories be for a blessing.