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  • What an eye opener!

    This was a very interesting book. I throughly enjoyed it and would definitely recommend this book. It was eye opening to see it from their eyes and how the system is wrong sometimes.

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  • Blind justice isn't always good

    What I will remember is that one action in a person's life does not define their entire life. So sad to think how many people have been treated so badly.

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  • Life-changing!

    Every American should read this book. It has profoundly changed the way I see the death penalty, our justice system, and those accused of crime. "I once was lost but now am found, Was blind but now I see."

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  • Just mercy

    An amazing terrifying read! The injustice towards the African American is still a thorn in the side of American so called justice. What makes people hate so much!

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  • The movie is great. The book is better.

    A gripping read, especially understanding that it is nonfiction. It's tragic, inspiring, sad and hopeful. A story of grace and unselfish commitment to secure the rights of those who otherwise have no hope in this world.

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