Invisible Justice

Rated 4.89/5 based on 9 reviews
Book #1 in a series about teenagers that were tampered with as babies - injected with a combination of drugs that were designed to leave them with super abilities. Over time the teens start to find each other, form a team, and search for answers and the man who did this to them.

Likened by readers to X-Men and Heroes, Invisible Justice is a contemporary take on teenage super heroes. More
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About Kim Jewell

I’m a marketing executive and have worked in advertising, marketing and public relations for over fifteen years now – both at the corporate level and also in the agency arena. It has always been a goal of mine to take my writing skills from press releases and ad copy to another level – novel work. My first novel, Invisible Justice, was inspired by a dream in early 2009 and was completed that summer. Brute Justice is the second book in this YA series. Likened by readers to X-Men and Heroes, the Justice series is a contemporary take on teenage super heroes.

After a bit of prodding, I took a break from the Justice series to start a darker young adult novel entitled Misery’s Fire, a storyline my husband dreamt one night and passed along to me. Misery’s Fire is a crime thriller detailing the life and death of Grant Williams and his subsequent experience in the afterworld. When his demon caseworker, Angelo, couldn’t break his spirit, he exacted his revenge by sending Grant back to the fiery pits of high school. He finds himself in a new – and much younger body – with nothing but a backpack and a school uniform. Grant must learn to survive not only life on his own, but also the horrors of high school – cliques and chicks included.

The storyline covers some heavy topics for teens – gangs, drugs, bullying, violence and death. While the topics are dark, the story is delivered with a sarcastic wit that creates a lighter tone and allows the reader to emotionally connect with the main character, despite his transgressions.

My day job… I am the Director of Development for a regional law firm in Indiana where I oversee the business development and marketing campaigns. My responsibilities include managing the public relations efforts, corporate identity, web site, advertising and external communications, client entertainment and special events, contributions and sponsorships, and market research for our firm’s six offices.

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Cadel Piggot reviewed on March 15, 2012

This has to be one of my most favorite books I have read in a long time! People who like the book I am number four and Daniel X will love this! Absolutely awesome read! I’m buying the second book right now!
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James Green reviewed on July 28, 2011

I usually give a book 20 to 25 pages to get me interested in the story, but this book just grabbed me with the very first page. It jumps right into the adventure. No warm up or lead in to the main characters, Sam, his sister, Lexi, and there new friend Leesha. The three teenagers who were “tampered” with as infants, and 17 years later are having side effects to the tampering. While dealing with the side effects, they are also trying to find who tampered with them and why. Along the way they run into Clint, or I should say he runs into them. The story starts strong and doesn’t stop. I couldn’t find a single low or slow point in the story. Read the book in about 4 hours. Can’t wait to read book 2 and hopefully others after it.
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d b reviewed on July 18, 2011

Absolutely fantastic!
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gina gravlin reviewed on July 3, 2011

Right up there with James Pattersons' Max series. Looking forward to book 2 and hope you continue this series and not just the Misery one.
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aramide reviewed on June 3, 2011

U can now make ur money at leisure with these stories. U are amazing to do what u do and still have the time to create such wonderful stories. Brilliant. What's after brute justice?
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Tom Greenwood reviewed on June 1, 2011

I really liked this, even though it is written for teenagers, mainly because it's a great story. The way they kids develop their super-powers is unique and well thought out. The comparisons with X-men and Heroes are justified, I'm looking forward to finding out what powers the other affected children have.
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Nola Franzen reviewed on June 1, 2011

This book, along with its sequel (BRUTE JUSTICE) are among the best stories that I have read. The writing is consistent with the plot and the characterization is spot on. I feel like I have met kids just like these. I find that I care about all of these young people and their families. I truly hope that this author will continue with this series. Congratulations. This is a winner.
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Rikki K reviewed on June 1, 2011

These two books are a wonderful find! Book 1 deals with the discovery and coming together of the first 4 children the evil doctor 'tampered with'. It's very well written, engaging, and completely fun to read. Technically the novels feel finished with nicely polished editing. The story was just superb, very engaging and a joy to read. If you like comic books or superhero type plots you will enjoy these two books. Great job author!
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Anndy reviewed on May 31, 2011

Just discovered that this is the first book in a series. Would have liked to know that - maybe a note at the end of the book?
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