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More importantly, my perception of justice will change if I were the one who had to execute whatever I though justice should look like.

Our justice system pretends that it is out to solve this subjectivity with an objective interpretation of justice, law, and applies it the same way to everyone.

By doing this it makes us feel that we are all on an equal playing field. But where does this power to decide what is or is not proper restitution come from?

More importantly, where does the decision come from about what is considered an injustice. Foucault has already shown how courts are there to first and foremost keep the proletariat submissive, as such property rights are the most important ones.

But there are many graver injustices to us, individually, than, let's say, a homeless person sleeping outside a private bank.

Most of us would say that the injustice there is homelessness and not the violation of property rights. Rather it is a way to teach us what the standards are, what is and is not permissible behaviour.

The court is less concerned with how we treat each other what we see as maintaining the peace and more concerned with us not challenging the underlying system it is built on.

The Marxist tradition is seen by and large as a tool to help unmask social relations to reveal the true economic machinations behind them.

Foucault follows in this tradition but adds certain nuances to the process as we have seen him do here. Well, then we would need to remarry the concept of justice with its social roots, with its subjectivity.

It is worth saying here that crime itself will have a very different meaning in a socialist community. This already fundamentally alters our conception of justice.

If decisions about the production and distribution of goods are being made democratically then it is only natural that subjective concepts of justice would be implicitly part of those decision making processes.

Justice, then, becomes an implicit part of life as opposed to a set process that is sought in a specific institution — outside of society.

But what about personal crimes, crimes of passion, assault, rape etc.? Well, as we have already shown, greater democracy already means that concepts of justice no longer need an external body to manage it but that it becomes implicit and ingrained in society itself which is where it already is.

The removal of the state institution of law would mean that self-policing transforms into a reflective and internal understanding of justice which would, hopefully, reduce such crimes drastically.

What comes to mind here is the concept of mediation. Through mediation, a victim and the accused come together and, with the help of a mediator chosen by the two or potentially democratically elected by a community , attempt to resolve the dispute.

The dispute is discussed in a transparent manner so that all members are aware of it and, hopefully, an agreement on what would constitute justice isolation, reeducation, material repayment is reached.

With mediation, two things are achieved. First, the concept of objective law is removed. Second, the power of judicial execution is also removed making the act of reconciling a genuine one based on the agency of two individuals.

But all of this is contingent to an accused party agreeing to mediation. What if they do not agree that they have been unjust to someone?

Well, in a society where justice is socially integrated, a simple accusation may be enough to result in a shunning of someone. Nov 24, Charlotte rated it it was amazing.

It is am. My friend Nicole sent me this book to review at That was about I have just finished the book and as soon as I finish writing this I will be finding the next in the series.

Jade Varden has completely sucked me into this story she is weaving. I like her. I would have wanted to be friends with her. That is the key point that makes this more than just throw away YA fiction.

Varden has created a fantastic cast of supporting characters as well. They are fully realized individuals not just plot devices or frosting. She also has a knack for throwing in surprises you drop your jaw at but also work.

Jade Varden is an excellent storyteller with a deft hand at flowing prose. The story is compelling and interesting.

The reader is drawn in and lead through the book in a journey made seamless by the adroit choice of words and sentence structure.

I am trying really hard not to give any spoilers away in this review and it is hard. The shocking revelations and intrigue start almost immediately.

Who should she trust? What is still being hidden? If Justice Deck of Lies 1 is any indication this is going to be an excellent series.

Well done and thank you Jade Varden. My only suggestion at this point would be to rethink the cover art. The current choice does not do justice to the story within.

It is now am and I have read books 2 and Feb 26, Kristine rated it really liked it. I was contacted by Varden through my blog for a review request.

After reading the synopsis I happily accepted the request. I was definitely not disappointed. This book quickly grabbed my attention and became impossible to put down.

The book is told in Rain's perspective. It is generally in present tense with a few future tense comments from Rain. The future bits were more like a 'wish I'd known then what I know now' type of feel and they always kept the I was contacted by Varden through my blog for a review request.

The future bits were more like a 'wish I'd known then what I know now' type of feel and they always kept the reader hooked and waiting to find out what she knows in the future that she doesn't know during the story.

I was rapidly hooked and found it incredibly hard to put the book down finishing the read in less than a day. It starts with Rain attending a new school full of prissy little rich kids.

It tells the tale of her struggles to fit in through all the chaos that becomes her life. Without giving too much away, it really is hard to say more about the plot.

Just know that it was a fast paced novel that will not disappoint. The only suggestion I would have for improvement would be to edit more carefully, there were a few spelling errors that were missed.

At one point the wrong name was used. The future bits were great but slightly overused. When the reader is already hooked, they were not needed to hook the reader.

The errors in the book were not numerous and did not detract from the story greatly. The ending was short, and without reading the prologue provided at the end of the book, I would not be hooked enough to pick up the second book in the series.

However, because I did enjoy the book as greatly as I did, personally, I would be picking up the next book regardless.

Overall, it was a great read. As I have stated several times over now, I could not put the book down. It took up a lot of hours that I should have been studying for a philosophy test that I'm not looking forward to.

But it was a great escape and tool for procrastination. However, now that it is finished, and the reviews are posted, I guess I really should start reading my philosophy books.

Great work Varden. I really enjoyed the read and look forward to future works. Feb 03, Melanie Cusick-Jones rated it really liked it Shelves: Justice is a really great read.

In fact, it surprised me how good it was and how quickly I got hooked on it. Because of the tarot connection Justice is a really great read.

The author Jade Varden has contributed guest posts the blog, which was how I first saw this book — so look out for those coming later in February.

The fact that events come one on top of another adds to the pace of the novel and so there are mini-questions within the overall mystery.

Overall, a well written YA mystery — good pace and enough action to keep you reading I read pretty much in one sitting — look forward to seeing where this goes.

View all 4 comments. Sep 02, Book Pusher rated it really liked it. A little over mid-way through the book I saw what I hoped was not coming, what I hoped the author w 3.

And then BAM!! I literally turned the kindle off and went to bed. I had to find out how everything was going to turn out.

No Spoilers here. I will say that it held my attention and left me wondering what happens next…so it looks like I will be venturing on to Book 2 in this series.

Aug 12, Books-treasureortrash rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult. Jade Varden is the author of the Deck of Lies series, currently there are 3 books in the series with book 4 coming soon.

The books are YA fiction and are told in a first person narrative from the point of view of the main protagonist. Justice is captivating, but at times it was surreal, and had a soap opera feel.

Rain is a likeable teenager who faces numerous challenges after it is revealed that her whole life has been a lie. There were numerous moments when I was shocked at the outcome.

The story has several twists and turns, some expected, but others were totally unforeseen. This is not a standalone book, but it is an intriguing start to an entertaining series.

As soon as I completed this book, I quickly picked up the second book in the series, The Tower. I recommend this book as a good read.

May 29, E. Yatscoff rated it it was ok. This was a freebie on Amazon and not my usual genre. I think it's YA but turned into a murder mystery.

The first few chapters before the shoplifting are boring as hell and I almost gave up as it's full of teeny prep school dynamics with rich kids vs poor kids, etc.

As a writer and reader, I would've put the shoplifting chapter first and then bored everyone for a bit. Stick with it, though, Jade Varden is a good writer and captures the petty teen scene quite well.

She does toss in a few twists an This was a freebie on Amazon and not my usual genre. She does toss in a few twists and turns.

By the end of the book she's turned it all around into a murder mystery. Part 2 is. I'm tempted Mar 05, Tonyalee rated it really liked it Shelves: favorites , young-adult , e-book , read , for-review , wtf-ery.

I knew going into this book there was going to be some mystery and some twists. I had a quite a few shouts reading this. The writing is spectacular!

But I was wrong. SO wrong. And that my friends, is just one amazing thing about this book. I easily connected with Rain.

Not to mention, how smoothly the story flows. It was BAM. BAM but it was done so astonishing well. You are sucked in and wholly engrossed in this girls story!

Rain is one tough cookie. Her life is turned upside down and sideways. I understood why she was driven to find out the truth about her life.

I actually applauded her for her patience and sanity because honestly, I probably would have went to jail dealing with these folks , her loyalty and her ability to be just be herself.

All that shannigans didn't go to her head, even though she was essentially forced to change who she was on the outside. I started to wonder why we had so many different people introduced into the story but after things started to unfold, I discovered how crucial their presence really is to the plot.

And to Rain herself. Some of the interactions were brief, maybe too brief. Despite the fact that it was necessary-since there is so much going on- I wanted to see more between Rain and few of other characters.

This plot.. I could never imagine so many crazy, insane things happening to ONE person… in that amount of time! Once I started to recover from a twist, another one sprouted.

It was insane. A lot of mysteries make me impatient because I just want to know what the hell is going on.

But this story is so rapidly paced, I never got impatient with it. And I was FAR from bored! There is just too much going on and I know that I will eventually spill something.

Otherwise, I could rant and rave about quite a few things that happened! Oh and the ending? It was exciting, crazy and full of twists and turns you never see coming.

I highly recommend it! Apr 08, Emily V rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Mystery fans. Shelves: I had run out of books and was about to freak out but luckily Melanie Cusick-Jones offered to ask the author of this book if I could have a review copy and I was given one.

I really enjoyed this book and it had been one of the only ones I haven't been able to predict. I was constantly thinking I didn't see that coming!

When usually I'm like I knew that was going to happen, I bet this will happen next Rain Ramey was quite a good main character and she didn't annoy me too much.

There was the stereotypical mean girl character but I didn't hate her either weirdly enough, her brother was okay.

I really liked Owen at the beginning and I loved River. The only character I actually hated was Violet, she was just so annoying. The book is a mystery with a pinch of romance mixed in.

Wow it sounds like a recipe now. When we got closer to the end I began to feel creeped out by a certain character - not saying who - and I have suspicions that I need validating!

I think I know something important but knowing this book there will be another twist and my suspicions will prove to be wrong. I'm not really one for a mystery but after reading this I don't know why.

It was a change from my usual genre but a good one. I would recommend this book to people who like working out mystery's along with the main character.

Like a competition who can work it out first, usually I'm good at that. My favorite quote: "I never meant to run off on you the other day. Believe me, I've got no problem with pretty girls who want to hit on me," he actually had the nerve to wink.

Jul 11, Julie Ramsey rated it really liked it Shelves: done. Justice Deck of Lies Rain wakes up to a new day.

Excited, scared and a normal teenager, starting a new school. Rain received a scholarship to Sloane, a private very rich school. Out of thousands of applicants she is one of 5 poor kids to receive the scholarship.

Her parents and brother talk of the future. Rain leaves her house happy with her family's support and excited about a new future.

When she gets to school, she is met by Laurel. She shows her around but doesn't befriend her. The school i Justice Deck of Lies Rain wakes up to a new day.

The school is full of privileged kids,who treat Rain as if she doesn't belong. Carsyn, Von Shelton, one of the most popular girls at school, doesn't let Rain forget she is not wanted or welcomed there.

Carsyn comes up to Rain and offers to take her shopping. Rain wanting to fit in, and hoping maybe for a friend at the new school, accepts the offer.

Trying on clothes and all the expensive things was something new and exciting. So when she puts on a bracelet and Carsyn says she has already paid for it, she believes her.

When the security guard grabs her and charges her with theft, she is very surprised. At the police station she explains what happened and they believe her and call her parents.

Rain knows she is in a lot of trouble. After they finger print her, her world goes from bad to worse. The police seclude her and will not let her talk to her parents.

When the social worker gets there, they inform her she is a missing person. Rain was kidnapped as a small toddler and has been missing for 14yrs.

Her name is not Rain but Chloe. Chloe Van Shelton! It is told from young Rain's point of view. She goes through hell. To have a loving family and discover it is all lies, or to think it is, would be horrifying.

The author does a great job with Rain on how she deals with everything. Rain is a girl who is put in a unimaginable situation and deals with things as best she can.

Rain wants to find out why she was kidnapped. She doesn't want to believe that her parents she has known are bad.

She knows there has to be an explanation for it all. As she discovers answers more questions unfold and you want to know more of the mystery evolving their families.

River and Rain's relationship is complex but cute and has potential. This story is a entertaining and makes you think and wonder.

As an adult, I wanted to know more and wanted to follow Rain on her journey. I am hoping the author will send me the next book of Rain's story.

It was defiantly worth the read for any adult or teenager! Thanks for the awesome read. Jul 25, Kara rated it liked it. There is a certain type of book I like to read in the summer—frothy and light, and not too serious.

I want books that are like summer blockbuster movies— full of action, and adventure, and stuff blowing up. Essentially, I want a complete escape from reality.

These are the kind of books I drag to the beach, read in furious spurts during lunch, and generally indulge myself in when it is so hot that my brain feels like There is a certain type of book I like to read in the summer—frothy and light, and not too serious.

These are the kind of books I drag to the beach, read in furious spurts during lunch, and generally indulge myself in when it is so hot that my brain feels like it might melt.

She is Chloe von Shelton, a rich girl with a huge bedroom s , a BMW Roadster, and her private school enemy as a sister.

Cue Suspense music. Justice might sound convoluted and soap opera ish and highly improbable—and it is; the willingness to suspend disbelief, and the refusal to think too hard will aid in the happy reading of this book.

She gets talked into shoplifting bracelets, dates guys she seems ambivalent about, and takes most of what people tell her at face value.

I kept waiting for her to figure out how to harness her inner Katniss Everdeen but she never does. Highs: Justice is well written.

The writing is crisp and clear and the novel keeps a brisk pace that serves the mystery plot well and makes for a fast read.

I think a little more credit needs to be given to the reader to parse various clues and conversations.

Trying to unravel a mystery before the main character is half the fun of reading a mystery. Justice takes away that suspense and tension unnecessarily.

Aug 23, Josheka rated it really liked it Shelves: loved-it , teen , can-always-read-again , full-of-ya-romance , liked-the-characters , e-book , rba.

More of my reviews Reading 24x7 I thoroughly enjoyed reading Justice. It had almost everything I like in a YA novel and was damn engrossing.

I seriously couldn't put it down once I started reading it. All the characters were nice and the story as a whole was amazing!

I honestly wasn't expecting Justice to be so awesome mainly because of the cover. I love the colour pink but if I had to judge the story by its cover I would've flatly said, "Boooring" but it wasn't!

It was far, far from boring. I a More of my reviews Reading 24x7 I thoroughly enjoyed reading Justice. I am not a big fan of YA mystery books so I was a little hesitant at first but I'm so, so glad I got a chance to read such a wonderful story!

There were many surprise elements neatly tucked into the story and just the right amount of romance in it. Even though she was a completely normal character, the way the story was written just sucked me into her life.

Her nature was really nice and likeable. I'm glad she wasn't another one of those female protagonists who're too stupid for their own good and keep making mistakes again and again.

I felt like I could actually connect with her and the credit for this obviously goes to Ms. Varden for writing Rain's POV so beautifully.

I loved almost each and every chapter. Even though I really liked River, I seriously wish Rain and Tom could have something more between them.

When the awkwardest moment of the story came view spoiler [ Tom turned out to be Rain's brother! Damn, it happened just when I was falling in love with him!

This is not happening!! I love Tom! Anyway, as the story moved on, I got over it and thought that now maybe Rain will give River a chance Rain, River there names are so cool!

Although I honestly think River is a slightly feminine name :P but she didn't. And I was too busy biting my nails to see what was gonna happen next to get too bothered about it.

The best part of the book was that it's pace was just perfect. It wasn't too slow or too fast. I could easily just relax and lose myself in the story without any problem.

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Jade said she has tried to obtain other work. But her fame, with millions of fans worldwide, made it difficult. With this sort of definition, it becomes clear that the concept of justice is implicitly subjective.

What I view as crossing my threshold of acceptability and what I view as proper forms of restitution will be wholly different than someone else's.

Furthermore, my conception of justice will vary wildly if I am the person who was wronged or if it was someone else. My perception of justice will even change if I am reflecting on someone I know being wronged or a stranger.

More importantly, my perception of justice will change if I were the one who had to execute whatever I though justice should look like.

Our justice system pretends that it is out to solve this subjectivity with an objective interpretation of justice, law, and applies it the same way to everyone.

By doing this it makes us feel that we are all on an equal playing field. But where does this power to decide what is or is not proper restitution come from?

More importantly, where does the decision come from about what is considered an injustice. Foucault has already shown how courts are there to first and foremost keep the proletariat submissive, as such property rights are the most important ones.

But there are many graver injustices to us, individually, than, let's say, a homeless person sleeping outside a private bank.

Most of us would say that the injustice there is homelessness and not the violation of property rights. Rather it is a way to teach us what the standards are, what is and is not permissible behaviour.

The court is less concerned with how we treat each other what we see as maintaining the peace and more concerned with us not challenging the underlying system it is built on.

The Marxist tradition is seen by and large as a tool to help unmask social relations to reveal the true economic machinations behind them.

Foucault follows in this tradition but adds certain nuances to the process as we have seen him do here. Well, then we would need to remarry the concept of justice with its social roots, with its subjectivity.

It is worth saying here that crime itself will have a very different meaning in a socialist community. This already fundamentally alters our conception of justice.

If decisions about the production and distribution of goods are being made democratically then it is only natural that subjective concepts of justice would be implicitly part of those decision making processes.

Justice, then, becomes an implicit part of life as opposed to a set process that is sought in a specific institution — outside of society.

But what about personal crimes, crimes of passion, assault, rape etc.? Well, as we have already shown, greater democracy already means that concepts of justice no longer need an external body to manage it but that it becomes implicit and ingrained in society itself which is where it already is.

The removal of the state institution of law would mean that self-policing transforms into a reflective and internal understanding of justice which would, hopefully, reduce such crimes drastically.

What comes to mind here is the concept of mediation. Through mediation, a victim and the accused come together and, with the help of a mediator chosen by the two or potentially democratically elected by a community , attempt to resolve the dispute.

The dispute is discussed in a transparent manner so that all members are aware of it and, hopefully, an agreement on what would constitute justice isolation, reeducation, material repayment is reached.

With mediation, two things are achieved. First, the concept of objective law is removed. Average rating 4.

Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Justice Deck of Lies, 1. Jun 12, Sarah Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Shelves: favourite-books , r2r-complete , read Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free from the author on a read-to-review basis.

What Rain could never have guessed, was that when she left home that day for her first day at Sloan Academy, that she would never really go back to her parents and her home again.

Every chapter bought fresh excitement, and even more questions to light, and I just had to keep reading. Rain is just such a likeable character, has such a clear, fresh voice.

There is so much more I could say about this book, but I really want you to uncover the mysteries yourself and hopefully enjoy it as much as I did!

Highly recommended YA fiction! Book length: kindle locations Jul 30, Stephanie Moakes rated it it was amazing. Initially I didn't think I would enjoy this book because at first it seemed to be another story of how a normal teenage girl, living a normal unprivileged life couldn't possibly fit in with the rich and powerful students at her new school and I couldn't help but despise the cliche but boy was I WRONG!

I really should take my own advice and not judge a book by its cover because this story was not even close to what I was expecting.

Varden's writing is fast paced and leaves you wanting more, the se Initially I didn't think I would enjoy this book because at first it seemed to be another story of how a normal teenage girl, living a normal unprivileged life couldn't possibly fit in with the rich and powerful students at her new school and I couldn't help but despise the cliche but boy was I WRONG!

Varden's writing is fast paced and leaves you wanting more, the secrets come thick and fast and where each secret is revealed and resolved a new one quickly rushes in to take its place.

At times the story was a little predictable but this in no way ruins it because it is great to see how Rain deals with everything thrown her way.

I like Rain, I think she's genuine and easy to connect with. She's a typical teenage girl: awkward and shy at times but she's always herself no matter how much the people around her want her to change.

Her situation is far from normal but she seems to take everything in her stride and it's endearing to say the least.

The interesting thing about this story is that there isn't a love triangle it's more of a love quartet. Revolving around Rain, River, Tom and Owen.

This may make it seem like there's too many characters in play but Varden doesn't make things easy and the results are surprisingly unexpected.

It's not surprising that he has more than a few secrets of his own. I really like him as a character and I really hope his his issues get resolved in the next book because I am dying to see more of him.

His relationship with Rain is complicated and yet surprisingly easy at the same time, when they are together i can't help but smile. He distracts her with normalcy at a time in her life when everything is far from normal.

And Owen? I can't even begin to describe how i feel about his character, at first I really thought he was just a sweet, nice guy that was obviously with the wrong girl but now?

Now I believe he's got deep dark secrets of his own that are just waiting to be spilled. I have a feeling they are going to be far worse than anything else we've covered in the book so far.

This book is a rollercoaster of emotion, full of so many twists and turns that it's hard to remember what's real.

Everyone has secrets but these secrets are unlike anything Rain has ever come across. I reccommend to anyone that wants a book that's shrouded in mystery, tainted with sadness and full of intrigue.

Mar 03, Emily Anne rated it really liked it Shelves: clever. Wow, this book was very enjoyable. It kept me hooked, and the story didn't seem too rushed for only pages.

This fairly addictive, well written novel is a must read for people looking for something fresh, quick, and mysterious. The description is not very elaborate, which is, as it turned out, a very good thing.

I haven't been this surprised only 20 or so pages into the book for a while! Because of this, however, it makes it a little difficult to write this review, so if I am vague, it is jus Wow, this book was very enjoyable.

Because of this, however, it makes it a little difficult to write this review, so if I am vague, it is just so I don't spoil anything.

And it would be a shame to spoil this twisty plot! Almost nobody is very nice for her. She has made enemies of two very popular girls, already.

It doesn't help that she isn't rich. By this point I was getting a feeling in the pit of my stomach. It was good writing and characters, but the ideas just didn't seem that original, and I was kind of thinking this was a lost cause.

Where could it go without just blatantly copy another plot? But then, Rain gets in trouble with the police, after being framed by aforementioned popular girl, Carsyn.

They take Rains fingerprint and analyze it. All of the sudden, her parents are in handcuffs and she is let off easy. What happened?

Well, I can't tell you anything beside that! No spoilers! The rest of the book was amazing. Pages 18 to were very addicting. Filled with unique characters, and mysteries.

The whole time I was questioning everyone and everything. There are definitely some lies, mysteries, and things I doubted or felt like something wasn't right!

I can't wait to find out in the next book! Rain is an awesome protagonist to root for. She has a nice voice, is realistic, and relatable.

Sometimes I felt like she could be stronger though. I hope we see character growth throughout the series. River was another one of my favorite characters.

He is sweet and unique, but has his own mystery behind him, actually a couple. I love how he was there for Rain whenever she needed him, though.

Carsyn, the mean, popular gurl, was very er The word I am looking for is hateable. Although her parents are partly to blame probably. They barely deserve to be called parents.

I wasn't sure about some of the characters. Owen, a boy at Sloane Academy seemed a little off to me. Is he bad or good? I know I don't trust him.

Plus, he goes out with Carsyn. Overall, I recommend this book highly. The plot is wonderful and the characters are amazing. I am addicted to the mystery and lies!

Jun 21, Char rated it really liked it. What would you do if everything you found out about your life was a lie? The book starts off with Rain getting ready for her first day at Sloane Academy, an upscale high school full of the typical cliques.

Rain, already apprehensive about going to a new school, soon has her anxiety confirmed as she faces some crazy incidents on the first day. The book then continues, taking the reader on various What would you do if everything you found out about your life was a lie?

The book then continues, taking the reader on various and unpredictable twists and turns. There is definitely more to this novel than what initially meets the eye.

I found Justice to be a smooth and easy read. I was easily able to follow Rain on her journey as the plot progressed. Though this is a Young Adult novel, it kept my attention the entire time.

When I thought I had figured out what would happen next, Jade would throw in another twist that caught me completely off guard.

For me, the dialogue was one of the best parts of this book because it seemed natural and realistic. The mystery and suspense kept me wanting to read more.

I did think two things could have been improved. One is regarding the Ramey family. They were active characters in the beginning, but then dropped out of the rest of the novel.

Secondly, some of the characters could have used more emotional depth to make them come even more alive. This is especially true in regard to Asher, whom I had a difficult time figuring out.

I think teenagers would find the story interesting, especially because the author has a good grasp of the high school life. Many of the questions were unanswered in this novel, but this is due to it being a part of a series.

It was a smart tactic for Jade to use in keeping the reader interested in what will come next. Nov 24, Charlotte rated it it was amazing. It is am.

My friend Nicole sent me this book to review at That was about I have just finished the book and as soon as I finish writing this I will be finding the next in the series.

Jade Varden has completely sucked me into this story she is weaving. I like her. I would have wanted to be friends with her.

That is the key point that makes this more than just throw away YA fiction. Varden has created a fantastic cast of supporting characters as well.

They are fully realized individuals not just plot devices or frosting. She also has a knack for throwing in surprises you drop your jaw at but also work.

Jade Varden is an excellent storyteller with a deft hand at flowing prose. The story is compelling and interesting.

The reader is drawn in and lead through the book in a journey made seamless by the adroit choice of words and sentence structure.

I am trying really hard not to give any spoilers away in this review and it is hard. The shocking revelations and intrigue start almost immediately.

Who should she trust? What is still being hidden? If Justice Deck of Lies 1 is any indication this is going to be an excellent series.

Well done and thank you Jade Varden. My only suggestion at this point would be to rethink the cover art.

The current choice does not do justice to the story within. It is now am and I have read books 2 and Feb 26, Kristine rated it really liked it.

I was contacted by Varden through my blog for a review request. After reading the synopsis I happily accepted the request.

I was definitely not disappointed. This book quickly grabbed my attention and became impossible to put down.

The book is told in Rain's perspective. It is generally in present tense with a few future tense comments from Rain. The future bits were more like a 'wish I'd known then what I know now' type of feel and they always kept the I was contacted by Varden through my blog for a review request.

The future bits were more like a 'wish I'd known then what I know now' type of feel and they always kept the reader hooked and waiting to find out what she knows in the future that she doesn't know during the story.

I was rapidly hooked and found it incredibly hard to put the book down finishing the read in less than a day. It starts with Rain attending a new school full of prissy little rich kids.

It tells the tale of her struggles to fit in through all the chaos that becomes her life. Without giving too much away, it really is hard to say more about the plot.

Just know that it was a fast paced novel that will not disappoint. The only suggestion I would have for improvement would be to edit more carefully, there were a few spelling errors that were missed.

At one point the wrong name was used. The future bits were great but slightly overused. When the reader is already hooked, they were not needed to hook the reader.

The errors in the book were not numerous and did not detract from the story greatly. The ending was short, and without reading the prologue provided at the end of the book, I would not be hooked enough to pick up the second book in the series.

However, because I did enjoy the book as greatly as I did, personally, I would be picking up the next book regardless.

Overall, it was a great read. As I have stated several times over now, I could not put the book down. It took up a lot of hours that I should have been studying for a philosophy test that I'm not looking forward to.

But it was a great escape and tool for procrastination. However, now that it is finished, and the reviews are posted, I guess I really should start reading my philosophy books.

Great work Varden. I really enjoyed the read and look forward to future works. Feb 03, Melanie Cusick-Jones rated it really liked it Shelves: Justice is a really great read.

In fact, it surprised me how good it was and how quickly I got hooked on it. Because of the tarot connection Justice is a really great read.

The author Jade Varden has contributed guest posts the blog, which was how I first saw this book — so look out for those coming later in February.

The fact that events come one on top of another adds to the pace of the novel and so there are mini-questions within the overall mystery.

Overall, a well written YA mystery — good pace and enough action to keep you reading I read pretty much in one sitting — look forward to seeing where this goes.

View all 4 comments. Sep 02, Book Pusher rated it really liked it. A little over mid-way through the book I saw what I hoped was not coming, what I hoped the author w 3.

And then BAM!! I literally turned the kindle off and went to bed. I had to find out how everything was going to turn out.

No Spoilers here. I will say that it held my attention and left me wondering what happens next…so it looks like I will be venturing on to Book 2 in this series.

Aug 12, Books-treasureortrash rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult. Jade Varden is the author of the Deck of Lies series, currently there are 3 books in the series with book 4 coming soon.

The books are YA fiction and are told in a first person narrative from the point of view of the main protagonist. Justice is captivating, but at times it was surreal, and had a soap opera feel.

Rain is a likeable teenager who faces numerous challenges after it is revealed that her whole life has been a lie. There were numerous moments when I was shocked at the outcome.

The story has several twists and turns, some expected, but others were totally unforeseen. This is not a standalone book, but it is an intriguing start to an entertaining series.

As soon as I completed this book, I quickly picked up the second book in the series, The Tower. I recommend this book as a good read.

May 29, E. Yatscoff rated it it was ok. This was a freebie on Amazon and not my usual genre. I think it's YA but turned into a murder mystery.

The first few chapters before the shoplifting are boring as hell and I almost gave up as it's full of teeny prep school dynamics with rich kids vs poor kids, etc.

As a writer and reader, I would've put the shoplifting chapter first and then bored everyone for a bit. Stick with it, though, Jade Varden is a good writer and captures the petty teen scene quite well.

She does toss in a few twists an This was a freebie on Amazon and not my usual genre. She does toss in a few twists and turns. By the end of the book she's turned it all around into a murder mystery.

Part 2 is. I'm tempted Mar 05, Tonyalee rated it really liked it Shelves: favorites , young-adult , e-book , read , for-review , wtf-ery.

I knew going into this book there was going to be some mystery and some twists. I had a quite a few shouts reading this. The writing is spectacular!

But I was wrong. SO wrong. And that my friends, is just one amazing thing about this book. I easily connected with Rain. Not to mention, how smoothly the story flows.

It was BAM. BAM but it was done so astonishing well. You are sucked in and wholly engrossed in this girls story! Rain is one tough cookie. Her life is turned upside down and sideways.

I understood why she was driven to find out the truth about her life. I actually applauded her for her patience and sanity because honestly, I probably would have went to jail dealing with these folks , her loyalty and her ability to be just be herself.

All that shannigans didn't go to her head, even though she was essentially forced to change who she was on the outside. I started to wonder why we had so many different people introduced into the story but after things started to unfold, I discovered how crucial their presence really is to the plot.

And to Rain herself. Some of the interactions were brief, maybe too brief. Despite the fact that it was necessary-since there is so much going on- I wanted to see more between Rain and few of other characters.

This plot.. I could never imagine so many crazy, insane things happening to ONE person… in that amount of time!

Once I started to recover from a twist, another one sprouted. It was insane. A lot of mysteries make me impatient because I just want to know what the hell is going on.

But this story is so rapidly paced, I never got impatient with it. And I was FAR from bored! There is just too much going on and I know that I will eventually spill something.

Otherwise, I could rant and rave about quite a few things that happened! Oh and the ending? It was exciting, crazy and full of twists and turns you never see coming.

I highly recommend it! Apr 08, Emily V rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Mystery fans.

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