Do Unto Others

Fiction - Suspense
372 Pages
Reviewed on 06/26/2020
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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite

When a murder victim's family and friends are denied justice, a vigilante decides to pick up where the system failed in the breathtaking thriller, Do Unto Others by Amanda Feyerbend. When Mary's mother died giving birth to her, special forces army veteran Gabe vowed to protect his innocent baby from the evils of the world. Being raised in a loving Christian environment and taught self-defense tactics, Mary grew up to be a giving and strong woman. One day, Mary misses her daily check-in text, and Gabe's worst fears have come to pass. Mary is gone. When the police finally apprehend her abductors, the courts let them go for lack of evidence. Filled with grief and anger, Gabe delivers justice to those who took the light out of his life. Over the next few years, mutilated bodies of other predators who have escaped conviction are being discovered around Atlanta. The police are wondering if Mary's brutal death tipped Gabe over the edge of sanity and he changed into a homicidal sociopath bent on revenge. Is he a killer? Or is he a hero?

Blurring the line defining right and wrong, the quality of justice is questioned in the thrilling novel, Do Unto Others by Amanda Feyerbend. The story is a stunning depiction of the powerful convictions behind vigilantism. With violence overriding the inherent tenets of Christian beliefs, the intense plot is a contradictory combination of faith in God and the overwhelming need for equity. Filled with gory and violent scenes, the story comes to an unexpected and explosive conclusion. I recommend it to those who love bloody and heart-stopping thrillers with vigilante action. Because of some of the explicit language, graphic violence, and sexual content, it is suitable for more mature readers.