- Published Date: September 29, 2020
- Author: Nic Stone
- Genre: Young Adult, Fiction, Realistic Fiction, African American
- Format: Audible
- Narrator: Dion Graham
- Length: 4h 45m
I enjoyed Dear Martin, but I think I enjoyed this one a lot more. This one felt really relatable for me. Although, in books like this, you can kind of read and predict what will happen, it still shows a lot of realistic issues throughout the pages. This book is about Quan, Justyce’s friend.
You see situations like this where a kid will get arrested for a crime they didn’t commit and when they are interrogated they are almost forced into a confession. This book follows a similar scenario of the letter writing, except Quan is writing to Justyce.
Justyce, is writing back to Quan consistently, until one statement in one of Quan’s letters really stick out to him. From then on, Justyce does everything in his power to help free his friend and get him back on the right path.
Although this is the second book in a series, you can read this one alone without reading the the first book.
Have you read Dear Justyce? What were your thoughts?
Check out my book review for Dear Martin (Dear Martin #1).