Saint Justice Book Review

Saint Justive was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Book: Saint Justice
Author: Mike Grist
Publication Date: 30th June 2020
Genre: thriller
Rating: 3 stars


Hundreds of human cages hidden in the desert. One man with nothing to lose.

Christopher Wren pulls off I-70 after three weeks on the road and walks into a biker bar in Price, Utah. An arbitrary decision he’s about to regret.

The bikers attack Wren, leave him for dead and steal his truck.

Now he’s going to get it back.

From a secure warehouse in the desert. Ringed with fences. Filled with human cages.

As Wren digs deeper, a dark national conspiracy unravels and the body count mounts, but one thing is for sure.

They picked the wrong guy to teach a lesson

My review

I had a lot of fun reading this one. Saint Justuce is really fast paced jumped into the action right away which I really enjoyed. Our main character comes across something strange and begins a very dangerous investigation. Lots of blood, murder and other gory contents.

Throughout this story we have a mystery unfolding before us. Why did our main character run away from his home and his family? This mystery had me really intrigued and made me keep reading to find out what happened.

The one complaint I have of this story is throughout there are many spelling mistakes throughout this story.

Saint Justice is such a strong fast paced novel that sucks you in from the beginning. It’s very easy to get yourself lost within this story.

As we follow Christopher Wren throughout this story we do meet a very eclectic range of characters. All of these characters are very interesting and I definitely would have loved to get to know them a lot more.

This is a really great read that I definitely recommend.

About the author

Mike Grist is the British/American author of the Christopher Wren thriller series. For 11 years Mike lived in Tokyo, Japan, exploring and photographing the dark side of the city and the country: gangs, cults and abandonedplaces. Now he writes from London, UK, about rogue DELTA operator Christopher Wren – an anti-hero vigilante who uses his off-book team of ex-cons to bring brutal payback for dark crimes.

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