It's interesting to see how readers react to "The Class of '65." Salon, the online news and current events magazine, ran an excerpt of the book this weekend and named it as an editor's pick. They chose the Prologue, in which Greg Wittkamper receives apology letters from former classmates who were party to his persecution and debates whether to return for their reunion. One reader (PoodlePlay) said that he should return, but only for the 110th reunion in 2065. "I wouldn't go back, period," another reader (Leels) commented. "Let them wallow in their guilt and small-mindedness." Others were more receptive to the forgiveness theme. "That was fantastic and heartbreaking to read," said Patricia Schwarz. "What a powerful, emotional, enraging, but somewhat hopeful column this was!" wrote Lonestarr783, who also wondered what happened to Greg's black classmates who desegregated Americus High School. Read on, Lonestarr; it's in the Epilogue.