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But he was very confident and believed he could get himself out of any situation. But I believe just as much that he would be proud of the things people are learning from him and the positive changes they were making in their life because of him.
I felt like I was doing a disservice not just to Chris and his memory but a disservice to all of the people who seek inspiration from Chris. I had to do a lot of research and a lot of interviews and a lot of digging when I was writing about things that happened before I was born or when I was too young to recall. I think a lot of people will assume [that Walt and Billie are deceased]. I know that I could have waited a certain number of years. If the time was right within me and for all the right reasons that I feel it was right to do this, time should not be a factor with that.
But Chris accepted responsibility for his mistakes when he was dying. And Chris did not sit there and lay blame on [parents] Walt and Billie for his death. As much as I hope that this book might provoke some healing within them and some honesty about things, I don’t expect that to happen. If they had the ability to do this, about what happened and what they learned from that.
They certainly deserve empathy for losing their son.
Their lives center around debates about comic book superheroes, bike rides to the corner store for junk food and fizzy drinks, Friday night hangout sessions, first romances, and the ever-present battle for high school popularity.
But when an unexpected and truly unthinkable incident occurs, Zach and Josh's innocence is ripped from them—and the two from each other.