Justice Gone is a psychological thriller story. It highlights an event that happens in a small town and what unfolds as a dramatic and wonderfully set story discussing matters that we are facing in the world we live today. Three policemen are gunned down after a homeless war veteran is beaten to death by police.
Donald, a war vet is the beaten man’s friend and is caught by the officers and only Tessa and Nathaniel can possibly help him in court defending him from the fate others are so desperately deeming to pose on him for. The press is against him and the justice system is nailing him down tight.
The story discusses climate change and questions the legal system. It conveys the modern issue we face such as police brutality and how a war veteran feels. The characters were very easy to bond with and the scenes were written with delicacy addressing every moment allowing the reader to picture the situation clearly. Tessa’s personality as a counselor for veterans was very heartfelt.
The pace of the story and literature was superbly written. I appreciated the author using a strong female character. I believe what stood out to me from everything was the dynamic of the character interactions and how well the plot was put together.
I look forward to reading more from this author.
Written by Jeyran Main