Author - Todd M. Johnson
Reviewed by Heath Henwood
Critical Reaction tells the story of a traditional town reliance on one industry, as its influence for greed at the sake of all else. When a nuclear accident at the industry goes occurs, one man’s struggle
for justice, sees him pitted against not only the company, but also the whole town.
Enter the legal team of daughter and reluctant father, as they piece
together all the twists and turns of events and their own relationship.
A legal mystery, written in the John Grisham fashion, Critical Reaction contains courtroom drama, with twists and character
development. The book is slow to start with, buts builds with tension as the story develops. I found that once in had invested myself in the first half, the second half of the book, was much easier reading.
Slow to start, however a good read in the end.
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