Question 5 ~ Good Guys vs. Bad Guys

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Question 5 ~ Good Guys vs. Bad Guys

Post by Scott » September 12th, 2016, 4:43 pm

This is a discussion question for the June 2016 Book of the Month, Justice by Scott Hughes.


Question 5 ~ Good Guys vs. Bad Guys

In Part 3, Prosecutor Joseph Bronson spends a lot of time complaining about the criminal justice system, the same system for which he works and which he helps make possible. He even possibly seems to describe the criminals as the victims. Do you think he makes a fair representation by doing that? Do you think Joseph’s view is too one-sided? If so, how does it relate to Brynn’s and Marcus’s different views of their relationship? Who’s the victim in these different situations? Who are the good guys, and who are the bad guys?



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