(London Daily Mail) In the days following Adam Lanza’s spree shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, the nation has searched for ways to categorize and explain a man who committed an action almost everyone would consider unthinkable.

But as Sue Klebold knows intimately, sometimes there’s no way to see what’s coming, even when the murderer is your son.

In a new book, Mrs Klebold discusses how she became a pariah because of her son’s horrific acts, and how that isolation helped her find some empathy with the son she lost almost 14 years ago.

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