Execution of Justice

Execution of Justice - Patrick Dent A young man gets into a fight and the other guy ends up dead. John never meant to hurt anyone much less kill the dude. Now John finds himself enlisted in the military where they train you to kill a man and probably on his way to fight in the Vietnam War after boot camp.

After boot camp John and Gip find themselves in Ranger School where they teach you how to keep a man alive. John always assumed that he would end up in Vietnam but after giving it some thought he had rather be in special opps than running around in the jungle in Vietnam.

A US congressmen’s daughter is kidnapped in Brazil while on vacation. She is kidnapped by a sex trafficker who plans on getting a high price for an American. John and Gip are sent in to rescue the congressmen’s daughter along with 37 other girls.

John has a lot of demons from his past that he is living with today. John is aware of this but he just has to figure out how to deal with it in order to be the person that he wants to be and not someone else.

Execution of Justice started off kind of slow for me with so many characters, places and stories. It was all over the place going from one character’s story to another. But then it hit me that all these characters, places and stories were going to intertwine at some point in time. After figuring this out it was on then I couldn’t it put it down. I was on the edge of my seat trying to figure out how they all intertwined and connected. Like the when, why and where sort of thing.

I think John was my favorite character even with all the gory gruesome things he did. He was a tough character but underneath that rough exterior lay a soft compassionate heart.

Execution of Justice is filled with so much adrenaline pumping murder, mystery, suspense action that will keep you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what is around the next corner. Execution of Justice is one of the best books I have read this year. This is one book that will stay with me for a long time to come. I would so love to this on the big screen. Execution of Justice would make a great movie.

I would definitely recommend Execution of Justice to anyone who loves a good mystery, suspense action driven novel.