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An Intent to Commit von Bernie Lambek
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An Intent to Commit

von Bernie Lambek

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A kidnapping tale, a critical look at First Amendment rights, and a love story, An Intent to Commit follows the lives of characters who first appeared in Lambek's earlier novel, Uncivil Liberties, a 2018 indie bookstore bestseller and Foreword Reviews 2018 Indies Book of the Year Award Winner!

Sarah Jacobson is analytical, headstrong, and courageous. She is an organizer with Green Mountain Black Lives Matter and works with Vermont high school students to advance racial justice. As local schools raise the BLM flag, Sarah and her organization face hatred, hostility, racism, and antisemitism. When Sarah is kidnapped, her tender-hearted partner, Ricky Stillwell, must stand up against the hatred and fear in order to find her. This timely, engaging, and thought-provoking novel is at once a mystery, a dialog on legal theory, a study of white supremacy, and an exploration of young romance.
  Gmomaj | Jan 13, 2022 |
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I have read some amazing books, but An Intent to Commit by Bernie Lambek does not fall under that category. The novel is extremely short but too much dialogue and too many legal cases for this lay person. The story rambled and I quickly lost interest. The foul language and intimate scenes populated too much of the story. I found no redeeming quality in this story. ( )
  delphimo | Oct 24, 2021 |
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The story is about a kidnapping of a woman, Sarah, who is an activist for BLM and white supremacy. It reads more like a factual news story than a novel. A lot of background filler, as I would call it that doesn’t move the plot. Didn’t think it was a mystery. Also, the partner looking for her happens near the end of the book, and is not the primary plot. There are thought provoking questions with especially what is happening in our country now, but I couldn’t get into the story, plot or even the characters. It was a quick read but left me empty. ( )
  grumpydan | Oct 13, 2021 |
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The story started out strong, but began to falter midway. BLM, free speech, the second amendment, white supremacy...all play a role in this book and, at times, I found the conversations thought-provoking and essential in trying to understand the systemic racism pervasive in our country. However, some parts felt condescending, as if the author didn't trust the intellect of the reader, while later pages were rushed and filled with too many discussions of court cases for me. The ending didn't feel believable (as evidenced by the author's characters attempting to explain why what happened was plausible), and the final court scene was a place to dump everything that hadn't been said in the book. Moreover, I never got the sense that I fully understood any of the characters or their relationships, particularly between the main character and her boyfriend. ( )
  DonnaMarieMerritt | Oct 11, 2021 |
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An Intent to Commit by Bernie Lambek

Sarah the daughter of a prominent Attorney, an activist working to make the world a better place. But not everyone is happy with her work. When she gets kidnapped her boyfriend Ricky steps up to try to find her.

The story moves at a fast pace with engaging plot and well developed characters. With current issues, civil, rights and hatred spreading in the Country, An Intent to Commit felt as if this is a true story. I highly recommend to all. ( )
  SheriAWilkinson | Oct 6, 2021 |
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