When the guilty do anything to be innocent, the innocents believe they are guilty.
The guilty take advantage of that in their unbelievable and unconceivable tactics and strategies to frame the innocents.
Guilt has become a method against the innocents. Innocence has become a pattern in favor of the guilty.
The guilty get away with it for their crimes and are presented as the good example while the innocents pay the price and are presented as the bad example.
Justice has lost its true meaning, its worth, its liability and its reliability. Or it never had any of these?
It has become the norm. The guilty are let free and the innocents are in danger.
They used to say “Better to free the guilty than condemn the innocents”.
The guilty threaten, so the only way to provide secure justice nowadays is to consider all humans as innocents.
All innocent! Until justice is fixed!
I was given this ARC as a gift from the author. My opinions and thoughts of the book are mine alone.
This is the third book that I have read from this author. Like all the others, a person cannot go into this book thinking they know everything. The person reading this should put opinions aside while reading. That being said, I felt the other books had more of an umph when it came to questioning my own thoughts and feelings. I didn’t have that this time around. I feel, on this one, an agree to disagree statement matches my feelings.
I found this book slightly lackluster. I know that these are the author’s opinions. I do think that it is important to be able to separate opinions. That being said, this book is extremely short. It is only 153 pages. I find that I read a lot of books over 300 pages. This makes a difference when looking at characters.
My Rating: I rate this book 3 out of 5 stars. While I did enjoy this book, I find that I don’t have as much to say as I usually do. I felt like, while I understand the book is mostly opinion based, there were not as many questions that I felt needed argument. There was something more in other books that I wanted here. The book, in my opinion was okay.