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Sunday, December 30, 2012
I received this book in exchange for an honest review. 

Justice for All took me on a wild ride. I was not expecting the story that came from this book. To be honest I was not really sure what to expect at all. It challenged me to read, even through the hard parts. I enjoyed the challenge though and I gained a lot of respect for not only the characters but the author because this could not have been an easy book to write. The amount of pain and anguish that came with the book was amazing. Some serious lessons can be learned in this as well.  I enjoyed the book and it kept my attention. I would rate this book a 4 out of 5 apples. 

This is a description of the book:

Justice for All is gripping tale about how Madison yearns to get out of her too familiar small town. She wants to learn and experience everything the world has to offer. So when a long time internet friend, Alexander, asks her to go on a road trip, she agrees.
Shortly after, she begins to have dreams and she fears, they are somehow prophetic. However, as much as she fears the dreams, she decides that she wants to go anyway. Several days into their trip, Alex's vehicle breaks down leaving them stranded in the deserts of Arizona. Having only the clothes on their backs, some water and few snacks, they begin their journey to a gas station over twenty miles a way at night.
After walking much of the night and into the morning, they finally make it to the gas station. Disappointment strikes them again, when they realize it is closed. While waiting on the gas station attendant to arrive, Madison falls to sleep. When she wakes up, she quickly realizes Alex is no where around and there are several men standing around her. Fear and panic grow inside her.
The men abduct her, as well as Alexander. The men take them to a basement and begin to assault Madison. Alexander is beaten within inches of his young life. Luckily, the brother of the antagonist comes to their aid.
How does the book end? 


To visit the author and learn more about her she can be found at 
 https://www.facebook.com/cary.barnernelson

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