The Justice If the U S didn t expect a woman President in this century they really didn t expect a woman President with blood on her hands After the assassination of her running mate Darryn Austin finds herself

  • Title: The Justice
  • Author: Angela Elwell Hunt
  • ISBN: 9780849916311
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
  • If the U.S didn t expect a woman President in this century, they really didn t expect a woman President with blood on her hands After the assassination of her running mate, Darryn Austin finds herself Queen of the free world She appoints Paul, an old college flame, a cabinet member in order to ensure him a seat on the Supreme Court and secure a reliable ally But afterIf the U.S didn t expect a woman President in this century, they really didn t expect a woman President with blood on her hands After the assassination of her running mate, Darryn Austin finds herself Queen of the free world She appoints Paul, an old college flame, a cabinet member in order to ensure him a seat on the Supreme Court and secure a reliable ally But after circumstances in his life trigger a radical personal conversion, Paul becomes a threat to the President a threat she is willing to eliminate As Paul grapples with guilt and the possibility of God s existence, readers will question truth, faith and the condition of the heart.

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    1. Packed with political intrigue, romance, and eventually redeemed lives, Angela Hunt has once again written a great page turning novel.

    2. I'm not a fan of political stories, but I do love Angela Hunt. I felt the parts describing the political aspects of President Austin's day-to-day were a bit slow and dry, but I enjoyed the subtleties of characterization and relationships.Daryn Austin is America's first woman to become VP, and then first woman President, when her predecesor dies unexpectedly. One of her first acts is to appoint her college boyfriend, Paul Santana, as her legal counsel. They secretly rekindle their romance (despit [...]

    3. I could reiterate what I said in my last review of one of Hunt's books, "The Canopy," but I will refrain. This book disappointed severely. Only occasionally did Hunt's protagonist become remotely approachable. I simply could not connect with her. That distance severely damages the experience. The plot itself drew near the absurd. I do not recommend this book.This book did not survive the purge from my personal collection.

    4. I liked that the author didn't glorify and expound on adultery and showed that there are consequences for bad decisions--some things can't be fixed. Most authors today are explicit in their descriptions of illicit sexual acts (which engenders excitement and anticipation) and generally do not demonstrate the negative consequences of such decisions.

    5. Very intriguing. Most instances seemed plausible. Interesting take on politics. Too dark to keep reading all at once. Had to keep other lighter books going at the same time.

    6. The Justice by Angela Hunt is a contemporary Christian novel set around the presidency of the United States, as Daryn becomes the first female president. The novel deals with many themes and issues but the main one is how absolute power corrupts absolutely. There is nothing wrong with being in a powerful position if one is motivated and led by truth and goodness. However when one craves power for its own sake and views each victory as propelling oneself further up the ladder of success, then the [...]

    7. Plot Summary: What happens, When & Where, Central Characters, Major Conflicts[return]The first women vice president Darryn Austin finds herself suddendly thrust in history as the first women president when the president dies of aneurysm. Darryn is determined to succeed despite her critics, and she decides to ask her old college sweetheart Paul to come to Washington so that she will have one person she is sure will be her friend and ally. She even manages to get Paul appointed to the supreme [...]

    8. This is a fascinating read. Did I mention I love Angela Hunt’s books? She usually talks about cutting edge situations. This book is no exception. She takes the possibility of a woman becoming President. Of course the president has to die for that to happen because she is the VP. But it happens. She opens you up to the possibility of a WOMAN in the white house and what that would look like. It is VERY interesting all the aspects to the position and what is expected of her. What she can do and w [...]

    9. Lawyer receives phone call from old flame from Law school who just became president after her predecessor's heart attack.She is single, they had lived together, she had become pregnant but lost the baby years before.He is now married with a college age daughter.President wants him to come to D.C. to be his legal advisor because she knows she can trust him.They rekindle the flame.She then appoints him to a vacancy which she created on the Supreme Court. He is vetted and approved.He begins to see [...]

    10. An unexpected woman POTUS must adjust and also gather advisors and colleagues she can trust. The most significant is a man she once loved who has always kept to the most honest agenda. That's just the beginning, and the tale moves forward like a train gathering steam and racing forward. Plot twists keep you reading onward when you think you ought to go to bed for the night. All this without dishonor or erotica. Excellent read!Kathy Poelker is the right fit for this book and provides an excellent [...]

    11. More of a page turner closer to the middle of the book. Hunt does a good job realistically developing the characters of Paul Santana and Madame President Austin. who blame God for all the wrong in their lives and the world. Hunt hints at the truth that our Merciful and just God is a gentleman who allows us free will and HE is a Loving God who is eagerly waiting for us to come to the end of ourselves and surrender to HIM & enjoy TRUE freedom, that comes from an intimate kinship with our Heave [...]

    12. This is the first book I've read by Angela Hunt, but it won't be the last!There are many times I have a hard time reading Christian fiction because all too often it seems like the characters' lives become "peachy" from the moment of their conversion. I love the real-life struggles presented here, even while writing it from an angle of faith. Excellent read!

    13. Loved this book. Although Angela Hunt is a Christian Fiction Author, she included not only some highly inspirational characters, but also dark politics, murder, scandal, adultry in the Presidential Office. This is an amazingly good read. Also, it's one of her earlier (2002) books I just stumbled upon.

    14. Didn't care for this book at all. It's like she was too caught up in the details of the story to actually write a story. The amazing display of forgiveness at the end was this book's only redeeming quality.

    15. One of her best I have read several of Angela Hunts books. This one was a bit different. It was the Afterword that brought it all together. This will leave you thinking. About political corruption and grace.

    16. You know AEH is one of my favorite writers and this is one of my fav. of her books. And as the years pass the political climate portrayed in this books looks more and more real. Oh, where are we headed?

    17. I found this book rather intersting, considering events happening in our political world this year; especially since it was written in 2002. Ended a little different than I expected.

    18. I is a well written book. I Love the author's books. This one. Just did not thrill me. Maybe because it was true to life. It is worth reading.

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