Henry Berry lives about 20 miles south of Newtown in Fairfield
County. A lifelong resident of Connecticut, like many others across
the country, he was shocked, alarmed, and confused by the scale and
savagery of the shootings of more than 20 children and adults in
Newtown on December 14, 2012. His book "Massacre in Newtown - Adam
Lanza's Dark Passage to Madness" is an effort to try to gain a
grasp of this horrible event for whatever consolation and peace
this may offer. "Massacre in Newtown" analyzes and evaluates many
details of actions and decisions Adam Lanza is known to have made
leading up to the moment when he burst into Sandy Hook Elementary
School heavily armed to murder so many helpless, trapped
individuals. Published before the completion and release of the
unofficial Connecticut report on the massacre, in taking up
widely-reported, confirmed facts of the event and its timeline,
this early study is germane and insightful. Drawing on his lifelong
pursuits of psychology, literary studies, art criticism,
philosophy, and cultural studies for "Massacre in Newtown - Adam
Lanza's Dark Passage to Madness," Henry Berry uncovers sources and
follows the process eventuating in an unspeakable, unimaginable
episode of madness.
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