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Hardcover Reckless Disregard: Corporate Greed, Government Indifference, and the Kentucky School Bus Crash Book

ISBN: 0671705334

ISBN13: 9780671705336

Reckless Disregard: Corporate Greed, Government Indifference, and the Kentucky School Bus Crash

This description may be from another edition of this product. The story of corporate negligence and drunk driving that led to deaths for twenty-seven children and adults in a Kentucky school bus reveals the family who refused to settle their lawsuit and helped...

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Best Book I EVER read

This book was fascinating from the first page until the last. Mr.Kunen has a way with words that will grip the reader as he did me. The intimate details of the crash and the lives of the young victims will bring a tear to your eye. And how Ford Motors was defeated in the end will have you cheering in a bittersweet way. A masterpiece. I have read hundreds of books and this book tops my list to this day even though I first read it 6 years ago.

Reckless Disregard

I happen to know the grandparents (both sets) of one of the students killed in this crash. The book has a big impact on me, not only for the tragedy itself, but that it has a personal meaning also. I had a hardcopy of this book in the library in which I worked and now I want my own copy.

Excellent

My math teacher was on the bus when it crashed and allowed me to read one of his two copies of this book, 3 of his friends were killed and if it was n't for his other friend he would have died too for he was sitting 3 rows from the front and saw the youth director get blown up when the explosion occured.

James Kunen did an exceptional job.

I had seen a road sign in Kentucky referring to a bus crash, but didn't know anything about it. One day I saw Mr. Kunen's book at a local bookstore and realized it was the same thing. When I started reading the book I couldn't put it down. Up until that day it was a road sign; afterwards it was a tragic memorial to the death of the innocent.
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