I have been meaning to read this book for a long, long time. But you know how it is, it sinks into the abyss of your kindle and a myriad of other bright, sparkly things takes its place. However, refocusing, I chose it as my local book club read which set me a deadline.
I have, sadly only too often, watched families on the news seeking justice following a disaster and been in awe at the strength that keeps them going in such circumstances. In Smash all the Windows we get to see just what devastation such a disaster can bring to families, particularly when the justice system lets them down.
Then up steps first-year law student, Eric, an unlikely hero, but one who has studied the case and believes he has the answers the families crave.
There have been so many fabulous words written about this book that I can’t write anything new. Suffice to say it is an excellently written page-turner that sensitively covers lives you hope will never be yours and events you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy. Highly recommended.