Just Mercy

Epub ➞ Just Mercy  Author Bryan Stevenson – Johndore.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • Just Mercy
  • Bryan Stevenson
  • English
  • 14 December 2018
  • 0812994523

About the Author: Bryan Stevenson

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Just Mercy book, this is one of the most wanted Bryan Stevenson author readers around the world.


Just Mercy A Powerful True Story About The Potential For Mercy To Redeem Us, And A Clarion Call To Fix Our Broken System Of Justice From One Of The Most Brilliant And Influential Lawyers Of Our TimeBryan Stevenson Was A Young Lawyer When He Founded The Equal Justice Initiative, A Legal Practice Dedicated To Defending Those Most Desperate And In Need The Poor, The Wrongly Condemned, And Women And Children Trapped In The Farthest Reaches Of Our Criminal Justice System One Of His First Cases Was That Of Walter McMillian, A Young Man Who Was Sentenced To Die For A Notorious Murder He Insisted He Didn T Commit The Case Drew Bryan Into A Tangle Of Conspiracy, Political Machination, And Legal Brinksmanship And Transformed His Understanding Of Mercy And Justice Forever Just Mercy Is At Once An Unforgettable Account Of An Idealistic, Gifted Young Lawyer S Coming Of Age, A Moving Window Into The Lives Of Those He Has Defended, And An Inspiring Argument For Compassion In The Pursuit Of True Justice Randomhousebooks.com

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10 thoughts on “Just Mercy

  1. John Grisham says:

    Not since Atticus Finch has a fearless and committed lawyer made such a difference in the American South Though larger than life, Atticus exists only in fiction Bryan Stevenson, however, is very much alive and doi...

  2. Jennifer Masterson says:

    Re read This time via audio Bryan Stevenson is in the Netflix documentary the 13th I just watched it I highly recommend it I m late to the party so there is not much for me to say about this book that has not already been said What I will say is that This is a Very Important Book If you have not read it you must It should be required reading for high school I had no idea the injustice that occurred in this country when it came to death row I live in a state in which the death penalty Re read This time via audio Bryan Stevenson is in the Netfl...

  3. Lawyer says:

    Just Mercy Following the Road Less Taken Just Mercy A Story of Justice and Redemption was chosen as a Group Read for June, 2015, by On the Southern Literary Trail My special thanks to Jane, my good friend who nominated this selection. Bryan Stevenson Bryan Stevenson has written a compelling memoir with Just Mercy A Story of Justice and Redemption This is an important work which should be read by any individual who is concerned with the concept of Justice and incidents of Injustice that me Just Mercy Following the Road Less Taken Just Mercy A Story of Justice and Redemption was chosen as a Group Read for June, 2015, by On the Southern Literary Trail My special thanks to Jane, my good friend who nominated this selection. Bryan Stevenson Bryan Stevenson has written a compelling memoir with Just Mercy A Story of Justice and Redemption This is an important work which should be read by any individual who is concerned with the concept of Justice and incidents of Injustice tha...

  4. Carol says:

    I often think that my grandparents and parents lived in interesting times They saw so many things come about in their day Theirs were exciting times Women won the right to vote, slaves were freed, and medical advancements were plenty It was the time of The Industrial Revolution, electricity, the telephone, planes, trains, and automobiles so to speak I tend to downplay the important breakthroughs of my life and times, Television, Computers, a second industrial revolution of Technology, sever I often think that my grandpar...

  5. Snotchocheez says:

    Well, I suspect it ll drag you kicking and screaming from your happy place, but I defy you to read Bryan Stevenson s remarkable Just Mercy and not come away affected in some way If you are at all interested in racial and or sociopolitical injustice, specifically as it appli...

  6. Elyse says:

    We must reform a system of criminal justice that continues to treat people better if they are rich and guilty than if they are poor and innocent Capital murder requires an intent to kill, and there was a persuasive argument that there was no intent to kill in this case and that poor healthcare had caused the victims death Most gunshot victims don t die after nine months, and it was surprising that the state was seeking the death penalty in this case INJUSTICE Bryan Stevenson s book JU We must reform a system of criminal justice that continues to treat peop...

  7. Debbie "DJ" says:

    With all the recent protests across the nation, sparked by the high profile deaths of several unarmed black men, this is an incredibly timely read.This book is an account of the author, Bryan Stevenson, and his life calling Stevenson first began helping death row prisoners, mostly black, who had had no legal defense of any kind He discovered there were thousands who were completely innoc...

  8. Diane says:

    We never read anything in a vacuum Every book is filtered through the lens of experience, history and daily life.It may have been a coincidence that I read Just Mercy only days after a horrific mass shooting at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, but it didn t feel like chance Having such fresh evidence of racism and violence in the South made the events discussed in this book all thereal.Bryan Stevenson is a lawyer in Alabama who works to defend the poor and the wrong We never read anything in a vacuum Every book is filtered th...

  9. Iris P says:

    Just Mercy A Story of Justice and RedemptionI believe that in many parts of this country, and certainly in many parts of this globe, that the opposite of poverty is not wealth I actually think, in too many places, the opposite of poverty is justice Ultimately, you judge the character of a society, not by how they treat their rich and the powerful and the privileged, but by how they treat the poor, the condemned, the incarcerated Because it s in that nexus that we actually begin to understa Just Mercy A Story of Justice and RedemptionI believe that in many parts of this country, and certainly in many parts of this globe, that the opposite of poverty is not wealth I actually think, in too many places, the opposite of poverty is justice Ultimately, you judge the character of a society, not by how they treat their rich and the powerful and the privileged, but by how they treat the poor, the condemned, the incarcerated Because it s in that nexus that we actually begin to un...

  10. Lindsay says:

    4 stars What a powerful and inspiring book Please note, if this was a review of the author, Bryan Stevenson s, career and life story, my rating would be 5 stars Words cannot adequately describe how I feel about this selfless man who has spent his career fighting for justice for those who need it most My rating of 4 stars is simply my review of this book which is obviously what this site is about My impression of and respect for Bryan Stevenson as an individual is extremely high and would 4 stars What a powerful and inspiring book Please note, if this was a review of the author, Bryan Stevenson s, career and life story, my rating would be 5 stars Words cannot adequately describe how I feel about this selfless man who has spent his career fighting for justice for those who need it most My rating of 4 stars is simply my review of this book which is obviously what this site is about My impression of and respect f...