on Aug. 19, 2012 :
This is actually very good. I think what it is trying to say is regardless of all injustice in the world, be it the desperate circumstance of poverty or being wrongfully accused of a crime, a person who masters their own mind has the ability to manifest their own destiny - thus - "God is just". I think the idea of "Perfect Visualization" is explored well in this book and I find it interesting to note that you don't explain if the protagonist get's released because the victim survives and testifies for him, which emphasizes the theme in a way but also makes it feel a little bit unfinished from a human perspective.
(review of free book)