Hopefully this case will one day receive the outcome it deserves.
I could live without the multiple samples of other books that make up the last 15-20% of the book. When samples are included I wish they would not be included in the content percentage as it messes with my reading plans.
What an incredible book to read. Regardless of your stance on the Avery-innocent/Avery-guilty train, this book not only gives your a real insight into the case and the clear confusion around it, but also covers a series of strange events, cover-ups, and clear injustices of other Manitiwoc County crimes, conducted by their Law Enforcement. I wanted to go into reading this book with an open mind, to almost start fresh with the case and the evidence, and see if I could be swayed from my original thoughts of innocence, but I could not. If anything, I am EVEN MORE convinced of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey's innocence. I would like to discuss my reasons behind this, but as I am reviewing the book itself and not my conscious decisions on the matter, I will leave that discussion for Twitter and other social media platforms. Furthermore, although this book was really well written and a real "cannot put it down" kind of read, there were a few moments in the book where some repetition was present. It didn't bother me too much, as most repeated sentences made way for new information, questions and answers. I did note a fair few spelling errs, i.e, "hours gone hours gone by", but I'm a bit of a grammar nazi, so while this would bother me it may not bother others. Overall an incredible read! Just like all great books, it is sad when it comes to an end, but I hope this book helps a lot of people see that justice has not been served in the case of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, and even sadder, that this serious injustice has left poor Teresa Halbach unable to rest peacefully.
I highly recommend this book and plan to read all other books by this author.