Some questions have no answers
If you want to read a hella good long-form story, check out “The Reckoning” in The New Yorker.
This story focuses on Peter Lanza, the father of the Sandy Hook Elementary School killer, as he tries to make sense of how his son came to commit mass murder … without anyone seeing that coming. I found this story to be both chilling and gripping.
The author, Andrew Solomon, is a writer and lecturer on psychology, politics, and the arts, and an activist in LGBT rights, mental health, and the arts. He won a National Book Award for “The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression.”