Rating: 4.5/5 stars (read June 16th 2020)
Have you ever read a story that takes pieces of what you hear on a daily basis, and expounds on them by showing the other part of the story? Because that is exactly what this book does, and it's brilliant. Through this whole novel we see the events of racial injustice through Justyce's point of view, and how the media takes his life and history and spins it so out of context that you can't even rationalize it to the person it is supposed to be talking about. It was heartbreaking, angering, and breathtaking to watch as these events unfold, and how Justyce deals with everything.
I would highly encourage everyone to read this, especially to non-POC like me who have privilege and will never fully understand the daily discrimination against black people and other minorities.