Review by Tan TR -- Justice by Scott Hughes

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Re: Review by Tan TR -- Justice by Scott Hughes

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I would very much like to read the take on Justice in this book. And the fact that its professionally edited puts me at ease. Thanks for the review!

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Thank you for sharing your review with us. I am strongly reconsidering adding this book to my reading list following your review...

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Post by InStoree »

Justice, broken system, innocent people caught in the process... are topics that we still confront these days. Looking forward to reading Scott's story. Congratulations on BOTD!
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Post by Magnify3 »

An unhappy marriage, a cheating wife and a prosecutor who is sick of the criminal justice system. The book concentrates on justice. This book is not for me. Great review!

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Post by Joseph_ngaruiya »

Infidelity and injustice are two issues that are present in every society. Justice by Scott Hughes will remain relevant for a long period. Thank you for your review.
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Post by Pearl Hijabi »

Justice is a topic of argument in today's world. I like that the book is told through different perspectives giving us the chance to understand their side of the story. This is a thought provoking and powerfully written book. This is a must read for me. Thank you for a great review.

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Post by asere_maryanne »

It sounds like a good production. From the review, the characters seem to be the ones that will draw me to the story. Nice review.

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Post by Laurakish »

Well I agree with Joseph, we are all sick of the modern law system. I love that the book concentrates on the theme of the justice system. Thank you for a well - written review

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Post by Sally_Heart »

Wow! This sounds like a beautifully written book. Justice really depends on personal judgement in this current world where everyone sets their own crude standards for justice. Wonderful review.

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Post by shaz1994 »

The book addresses a very sensitive but still very important issue in our current society. It surely is very insightful. Congrats to the book of the day.

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Post by Kachi_Ejiogu+_ »

Undoubtedly, this read sounds like a remarkable book for me. The characters were well driven, it's a thought-provoking story that has a powerful language. I must commend your confidence, it completely shines through your review. Congratulations.
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Post by Lilyflower-x2 »

The book mirrors a lot of what is happening today. Broken marriages and injustices happening in our courtrooms. I will add it to my list of books to read. Thank you for the good review

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Post by 3_roses »

I'm really curious to understand how the infidelity of Brynn and Marcus to each other and Joseph's hate for the criminal system are integrated in the story.

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Post by Jachike Samuelson »

I also believe that the criminal system has been broken for a long time, globally too. I'd like to see how Marcus, Brynn, and Joseph interact with this system. Sounds like lovely read.

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Post by SophiaNd »

A book that is beautifully written and well engaging is worth my time. Thanks for this great review.

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