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A Novel


Justin K. Kojok


Fiction, Suspense, Action and Adventure, Thriller, Mystery

Justin K. Kojok


Suspense, Mystery,Thriller

Book Description

Driving For Justice is a compelling narrative set against the backdrop of a vibrant city where the pursuit of justice meets the rawness of urban life. John Sanbian, a high-flying lawyer, finds a new sense of purpose as a Laafia car driver, navigating the city's streets and the stories of its diverse inhabitants.
Each passenger John encounters in his car brings a new perspective, revealing the city's heartbeat and the complexities of human experiences. These encounters range from an ambitious college student wrestling with his future, a high-profile executive hiding vulnerabilities behind a façade of success, to a figure from John's past who threatens to disrupt his newfound peace.
As John drives through the city, he faces his own internal struggles, reflecting on his past decisions and contemplating his future. His journey is one of self-discovery, empathy, and understanding, challenging his views on justice and humanity.
Ultimately, John's experiences as a driver led him to a significant decision – establishing a pro-bono legal clinic to assist those who cannot afford it. This initiative brings together diverse individuals, including former colleagues and new allies, who share his vision of accessible justice.
Driving For Justice is about finding redemption and purpose in unexpected places. It celebrates the nuances of human connections, the impact of storytelling, and the power of empathy in navigating the complex world of legal and moral dilemmas. It's a testament to the idea that sometimes, the most significant journeys are those that bring us back to our core values.

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