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 actually like the quote about sympathy. Aside from the fact that I like thriller novels, the plot makes this book worth reading.

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This book is definitely not for me, but I am pleased that you enjoyed it. Thank you for your review, and congratulations on Book of the Day!

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I couldn't put the book down myself, I love the plot and the humor in it.

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This definitely sounds a little too real—and that’s a good thing. We might use literature as a form of escapism, but it’s more just to escape our problems to run right into someone else’s. I’m not a big fan of adultery stories, but I have to agree with the view on the justice system presented in this book, if the review is accurate. Thank you for the helpful review.
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I like how this book shines light on the reality of our society through different themes centered around a disintegrating marriage, betrayal, and the criminal justice system. Thank you for this detailed review.
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I absolutely love how the book not only focuses on one side of the story or focus on one character, it reflects on three sides. It is a very interesting book that can relate to some situations that happens today. Thank you!

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I was intrigued reading the first three pages of this book, the book is written with powerful and enticing words that keeps you glue to it. Your review captures it all. I might read a few pages more but don't see myself completing the book. Congrats on BOTD.

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This book seems quite interesting. This official OnlineBookClub review made me want to read this book to find out what happened to the characters. Wonderful review!

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Post by Laurina_Olowo »

Yes. Everyone has a way of acting out thier own justice. I believe it's an intriguing story. Congratulations Scott

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Post by MrunalT »

Sounds like an interesting topic to read. Glad that it is so well edited.

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