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Her name is Mercie By: Chirs Roy Book review

~This is a non- paid review~

First published in Great Britain in 2017

Independently published
Publication date May 26, 2018
Language English
Product Dimensions 5.2 x 0.4 x 8 inches
Shipping Weight 8.6 ounces
ISBN-10 1980638136
ISBN-13 978-1980638131
Best Sellers Rank 1672537

I am reviewing this book for free for Chris Roy for a honest review and that is exactly what I am here to do.

When I saw the book cover of Her name is Mercie it intrigued me and the title pulled me in. 
I love to read book that have to do with mystery, crime scene an a good twist. something that keeps me at the edge of my seat wanting to read more.

Her name is Mercie is a book that is 162 pages of the characteristic I just listed above it is a book of five short stories that each character has it's own twist, turns and realness you can't even a imagine. But one character takes the cake for me.
Right when you start reading the first chapter you are pulled in to a scene just like a movie a lovely older couple that has lived there life to the fullest and knows all and that only has one child together and her name is Mercie who they adore and love when tragically the unthinkable happens. Somthing that happens every and when I say every I mean every single day a routine traffic stop ends in a bloody massacre due to the police officers not trying anything other then shooting first and ask later. Which Mercie will later find out at work and turn her hole world I mean hole world upside down with chaos, crime scene, high speed chases, to jail bars.

This book is full of real life twist and turns and obstacles people have to go through everyday when a love ones life is taken away due to miscommunication or a lack of knowledge and empathy. I really loved this book due to the realness and the correct wording to make you see the images as you read. If you have a had love one taken away suddenly due to law enforcement not protecting before shooting then you will totally agree with Mercie and her emotion and even if you haven't had this happen to you but you don't agree with the law enforcement acting to abruptly you will also understand.
Life is a rollercoaster that everyone should be able to enjoy. But everyone has choices and decision they feel are right another thing Mercie will due in the book were some people won't agree with but all we have to do is put are self in Mercies shoes and see how we would feel if both are parent were murder in cold blood at a traffic stop due to miscommunication. 

This book will make you think about how the world is going, how it should go 
And what can we do to make a difference so these thing don't keep repeating it's self I think. This is my honest review and I'm giving this book 5 stars and 5 thumbs up due to the realness of the book and the twist and turns that kept me reading.

~Now that's life.TheFLandF ~

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