Monday, December 17, 2007

Mini Review: A Threat to Justice

Threat to Justice by Chuck Norris and three other men is, well, bad.

This is the second book about a successful and elite group of soldiers during the Civil War. It picks up after the war has ended. All six of the men intend to go their separate ways. When they do, they find prejudice no matter where they are.

But none is worse then Ezra Justice and his friend, former slave Nate York. They return to their plantation in Tennessee to find a stronghold of the KKK taking over the nearby town. Can they survive?

The book is not a complete failure. There are some interesting scenes. However, they are buried in a book that wanders all over the place with hardly any plot. To make matters worse, the characters are rather thin. And this is a Christian novel. It makes it obvious by preaching several times over the course of the book.

Personally, I recommend you stay away from this one. But if you'd like more info, check out my full review of A Threat to Justice.


faith said... I work in a library now and I didn't even know that Chuck was an author...wait, are we talking the movie star Chuck?

Mark said...

That's exactly who we are talking about. The book is with a small publisher, so that's probably at least part of it.