The Trial of Joe Harlan Junior (Talion prequel)



What Would You Do If The Law Failed You The College Halloween Party Was Supposed To Be A Night Of Fun, Dress Up And Laughter, But For Kristy Wise, It Quickly Became A Night Of Horror.Read The Story Witness The Testimony Is Everything That Comes After Justified YOU Decide.THE TRIAL OF JOE HARLAN JUNIOR IS THE PREQUEL NOVELLA TO J.K FRANKO S SHOCKING THRILLER, EYE FOR EYEThe Trial of Joe Harlan Junior (Talion prequel)

J.K Franko was born and raised in Texas at a time when what he really wanted to do in life writing and film were not considered legitimate jobs His Cuban American parents believed there were only three acceptable career paths for a male child doctor, lawyer, and architect After a disastrous first year of college pre Med, he ended up getting a BA in philosophy not acceptable , then he went to law school salvaging the family name.Franko was on law journal His work was cited by courts, and he was recognized on the National Law Journal s Worth Reading list which for law is the equivalent to a top review in the New York Times.While moving up the big law firm ladder, Franko also published a non fiction book and a number of articles.After ten years as a lawyer, he decided that law and family life weren t compatible He decided to go back to school where he got an MBA, and later pursued a PhD, crossing the line from well educated to over educated around the turn of the century.He left law for corporate America, with long stints working in Europe and Asia It was his wife who pushed him to write novels And, after thousands of hours writing, and seven or eight literary miscarriages over the course of eighteen years, he completed his first book, finally launching his career as a writer of fiction.Ironically, although he started writing fiction before any of his three children were born, they were all old enough to see and remember their father s first book launch.J.K Franko now lives with his wife and children in South Florida with their four dogs and one cat.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 64 pages
  • The Trial of Joe Harlan Junior (Talion prequel)
  • J.K. Franko
  • English
  • 02 March 2017

10 thoughts on “The Trial of Joe Harlan Junior (Talion prequel)

  1. says:

    A great prequel to a great series I came to this after reading Eye for Eye and loved digging deeper into one of the plots and driving forces of the series Written primarily as a trial transcript, this very short novela sets up the events of the first book very well It doesn t much matter if you read this before or after the first book I highly recommend this series as a whole.

  2. says:

    I d like to start off by saying that I think the marketing for this novella, and the series to follow, has been brilliantly done The bookthan lives up to the hype The trial report is clear and concise, in keeping with real procedure in a court of law Franko s writing engages the reader from the first page and accurately conveys the frustration and often devastation caused by the judicial system I flew through it and found the subject matter intriguing and current I can t wait to rea I d like to start off by saying that I think the marketing for this novella, and the series to follow, has been brilliantly done The bookthan lives up to the hype The trial report is clear and concise, in keeping with real procedure in a court of law Franko s writing engages the reader from the first page and accurately conveys the frustration and often devastation caused by the judicial system I flew through it and found the subject matter intriguing and current I can t wait to read the Talion series now

  3. says:

    What even is this Feels like an awkward mess, and the ending story about the dog was highly unnecessary The excerpt from Eye For Eye was definitelycompelling than this novella.

  4. says:

    Pretty quick read that sets up a new series Majority of it is a court transcript I am interested to see where it goes from here.

  5. says:

    The Trial of Joe Harlan Junior by JK Franko is an interesting prequel, introducing us to what promises to be a fascinating series Talion Series.It s written mostly as a trial transcript It s very brief, introducing the crime, the jury decision and the main characters It s an intriguing story that has me hooked enough to read the first book of the series netgalley thetrialofjoeharlanjunior jkfranko talionpublishing

  6. says:

    This is the prequel to Eye for Eye which has already been released I have not read that but it is now on my TBR after reading this book Not sure the order matters Only time will tellThis book details the trial of one Joe Harlan Jnr, accused of a most heinous crime We follow what happened through a trial report which basically puts both sides and that of a witness on display There is also some multimedia that you can follow but I can t comment on that as it was not available to me when I This is the prequel to Eye for Eye which has already been released I have not read that but it is now on my TBR after reading this book Not sure the order matters Only time will tellThis book details the trial of one Joe Harlan Jnr, accused of a most heinous crime We follow what happened through a trial report which basically puts both sides and that of a witness on display There is also some multimedia that you can follow but I can t comment on that as it was not available to me when I read the book As a book on its own, it isn t quite as substantial a read as I would have liked but, in the context of the universe in which it belongs, it gives plenty of background to what I imagine isof a read In it we meet Joe and Kristy and find out what happened I say what happened, well, obviously there s Joe s version and Kristy s version And then there s a trial And then there s a verdict And I assume that Eye for Eye deals with the aftermathAll in all, a taster of things to come and also an introduction to a new author whose writing and delivery style I really clicked with Hopefully I can squeeze Eye for Eye in soon My thanks go to the Publisher and Netgalley for the chance to read this book

  7. says:

    Holy crap What a great prequel I had already read Eye for Eye when I got The Trial, so I was familiar with the characters I thought What a great surprise to find outabout the villain, and understand better the details of his alleged crime Also, loved the insight the story provides into Kristy Wise I really felt for her, I hope she returns in Books 2 and 3 And the trial itself seemed so realistic, I can t wait to watch the video Holy crap What a great prequel I had already read Eye for Eye when I got The Trial, so I was familiar with the characters I thought What a great surprise to find outabout the villain, and understand better the details of his alleged crime Also, loved the insight the story provides into Kristy Wise I really felt for her, I hope she returns in Books 2 and 3 And the trial itself seemed so realistic, I can t wait to watch the video

  8. says:

    Firstly I didn t knew that this was a prequel And I didn t even know about the other book.So anyways this book was interesting I m curious about the next book I m surely going to read the other book.The authors writing is simple yet interesting Note I received a free e copy of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review Special thanks to the author and publisher for giving me a chance to read it.

  9. says:

    Amazing story A very quick read, but so very gripping I read Eye for Eye and this addscolor to the already fascinating characters Highly recommend Amazing story A very quick read, but so very gripping I read Eye for Eye and this addscolor to the already fascinating characters Highly recommend

  10. says:

    If you love characters with depth, and a foreboding set up, this prequel is fantastic The trial is sooo realistic Having seen how the whole trilogy started, I am really excited for readbooks in this series

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