Reasonable Malice


Non-Fiction - Short Story/Novela
70 Pages
Reviewed on 10/26/2016
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Reviewed by Jessyca Garcia for Readers' Favorite

I really enjoyed Reasonable Malice by JT Sather. In it, Sather tells about how he got revenge on an ex-friend who stole from him. This book was based on a true story so if it really happened, then I want to give Sather a high-five.

If you have ever had a friend betray you, then this is the story for you! I think Sather did a great job on Reasonable Malice. The story is very entertaining, funny, and told in an easy manner. I felt as if I was sitting next to Sather at a bar and he was telling me about his life. At times the story is a little hard to believe, but I still choose to believe that everything happened. Only because it was such a cool story that if everything had not really happened, then I would be sorely disappointed. Especially the whole trunk incident. The cops’ reaction to the whole thing had me laughing. Sather also educated me on what “Nike” means.

There is some minor swearing, but I think it adds to the story. Sather sounds like a cool person to know and a good friend to have. I hope no one decides to cross him again, but if they do I definitely want to hear about how he gets his revenge on them. Sometimes you have to be Karma and decide the revenge yourself. I can only wish I was as clever as Sather in this story. I will be recommending this book for sure. Awesome story!