Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin
This novel captures a trend in society that bothers many; the self-perpetuating nature in a justice system that fails to deter the common criminal in an effective or useful manner. The story unfolds as Tom Gray, a military veteran and proprietor of a security industry, loses his daughter to an act of criminal indifference. His wife takes her own life as a result of losing their daughter. The pain of the loss is compounded by the realization that the man responsible for the loss of his entire family is a repeat offender who receives one more slap on the wrist for the damage he causes rather than a meaningful consequence. Gray sets out to strong-arm the government through its citizens to re-evaluate the useless penal system that is allowing criminals to make their misdeeds a lifestyle rather than a passing mistake. The plot is quickly layered with a dearth of factors that keep the reader engaged and invested in the mission of this very relatable character. This book leaves you taking serious consideration about the cyclic nature of the culture of crime!
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