This is the third and final novel in this series. It is a well-written book and being the final in the series, it is the most compelling. I read the previous books in the series just to get a sense of Nater’s style and themes, and I just love her writing!
Nater’s third fictional narrative in this series is about good citizens who took the law into their own hands. In this book, there is a teen villain, seeking revenge after she was dealt a hard blow in the hands of the justice system.
In this third and final instalment, each of the villains featured continue their previous social deeds so that they can be heard by those in positions of legal authority. They wanted to ensure that children were safe from abusers, pedophiles, and rapists. Further, they wanted to change the laws surrounding the penetrating racism of the times as well as other important social issues.
The book is an important fictional work not only to expose some of the injustices in a safe format without pointing personal fingers, but to make an important point. Both heroes and villains have an important story to tell.
Add to this that Nater’s writing style is open, honest, and emotive, this story is mesmerizing and unforgettable. The fictional story will elicit an emotional response from the reader. I love books like this because they have strong characters and plot lines as well as themes.
The storyline has many unexpected twists that will make the reader guessing. I couldn’t stop reading the book once I started. I literally read it in one sitting and then re-read certain parts. It’s a gem of a story.