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Beyond Justice Paperback – April 27, 2010
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"faith, understanding, joy and mercy in their purest forms."
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BEYOND JUSTICE won the 2011 International Book Awards.
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Top Customer Reviews
I can be an intense, all-inclusive reader but it takes a special book to have my unconditional and unwavering attention from page one to the conclusion. Beyond Justice does just that; it draws you in from the first page and literally does not let go of you or your emotions until the rollercoaster conclusion.
Author Joshua Graham has managed quite a feat in writing a powerfully gripping legal thriller, featuring a brutal serial killer, that includes thought provoking views on faith and divine intervention. Neither the brutality of a merciless killer nor the religious overtones are too graphic or overwhelming to upset readers who generally do not prefer genres of either type. The legal aspects are hit upon hard, most especially dealing with a criminal trial and wrongful conviction. Even knowing that central character Sam Hudson would be convicted and imprisoned, my heart remained in my chest while reading of the trial and the horrors awaiting him in prison.
I was absolutely captivated by Mr. Graham's writing, leaving me with a strong emotional connection to Sam and his adopted family of supporters. I liked Sam, I thought him a realistic and endearing character and more importantly, I cared about Sam. I wanted him free and exonerated and I wanted justice for him. To say Sam's story was mesmerizing would be a gross understatement. Sam's story, told through the able pen of Mr. Graham, is inspiring in every aspect.Read more ›
First, let me say that this book attempts to do two things that I appreciate in Christian literature. First, it attempts to covey the gospel. I appreciate that. Second, it attempts to step outside the cookie cutter, life is wonderful mold most contemporary Christian fiction fits into. Granted, if the author is trying for gritty realism, he is no match for Flannery O'Connor, but for current Christian fiction, he is trying. I'll give him that.
Now the problems.
In all fairness, how a book is sold should not be part of its review, except for in this case, marketing is what Joshua Graham is all about. His "best selling" status is based on the marketing and marketing alone. Thus, it is fair game. It is hard to believe that Joshua Graham is not expecting his book to look like a John Grisham book. The name, the typeface, the cover graphics, etc. All of it mimics John Grisham books. His newest release is being co authored by a "Jack Patterson." One only needs to scan the 1-star reviews to see how well this ploy has worked.
Also, every negative review of this book is immediately marked with a "not helpful" tag. Yes, some keyboard warrior working on behalf of Mr. Graham is making sure that the people who have been mislead, or have serious issues with the book are seen as less helpful.Read more ›
I must say that the beginning got me going and I was excited about what was coming next (I love John Grisham books, so maybe I'm accustomed to twisted endings, etc.), but that never came. Instead I got a lot of religious jabber, which was just a little over the top. I'm a religious person, but I do not believe in premonitions and visions from God.
If you do, then you are going to like this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The author has a poor relationship with the English language as well as a poor relationship with reality. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Beyond Justice by Joshua Graham was an inspiring read filled with tense moments, truth and a glimpse of how God can work in a person's life. Good readPublished 13 days ago by Jen
On of the worst written books I have ever read. Poorly written and a trashy story line.
Gratuitous violence and religious claptrap.
This book was unbelievable. It went from one extreme to another. Just when you thought it was all good and coming to an end, boom, it took another turn! Read morePublished 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
Beyond Justice was a very good book. It kept you interested and excited to continue reading, chapter after chapter. I could not put it down. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Yolanda L. Salazar