This claims to give the reader an true reflection, from a juror's prospective, of what it is like to serve as a juror on a major murder trial that has nationwide media coverage, and it does not disappoint. There were many times during the book, when certain things were repeated several times, which I found a little annoying. However, it was very interesting to hear that they truly did not want to find him guilty and at first did not think he was, but all came to the conclusion together. I also liked hearing how the deliberations were carried out.
I wanted to know more about the after math and how the jurors are coping today.
Her voice tone and flexion gives life to the book.
Yes, I have always wanted to be on a jury, so it gave me a good idea of what it is like. I was not surprised that it changed all of their lives, as I can imagine it would.
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