Class of '65
First chapters painfully descriptive of bullying, later chapters worth getting to. Resolution, redemption, contrition. Well written. Honest throughout. A book I'll recommend to individuals born after these events transpired. Sadly, a good reference for some current developments (bigotry, racism, ..) I'd somewhat resisted reading it lest it provoke negative memories. It did, but it's perhaps a good thing. Time to take a deep breath and recognize progress, such as it is, and assess how to proceed henceforward.