It was 1968, and Molly was only fifteen when her big brother was part of one of the bloodiest parts of the Vietnam War.

But Molly is fifteen in 1968, and she has to deal with all of those things, and more. There are questions that no one has any answers to, like is the war good or bad? What can she say to people who call her brother a baby-killer? And what about the uncle that makes ugly racist jokes? And what can she do about the fact that her family seems to be falling apart right before her eyes?

1968 was a year when the United States began to realize that everything was changing, and nothing ever stayed the same. It was an exciting, scary, unpredictable time to be a teenager like Molly. Read her diary and find out how she survived.