Justice is a book about social justice and is the third book in its series. The story is a stand-alone and takes place during the height of the ISIS scare of 2014-2015. The premise is about the Island experience in America. You get to understand the social and political sides of being a Muslim and wanting to be successful at the same time.
I enjoyed the book because the author had based the characters on people he knew but did not necessarily use them directly into the story. The literature is written well, and the book is enjoyable to read.
We are certainly living in a world where the perceptions and understanding of race and religion have changed. Not all bad, but it is affecting adults and youth at the same time. The embodied message is clear, not to group beliefs or ideals in one place as everyone is different and principles are unique to their own.
I recommend this book to those who like to read religion and culture