Author: Kerry Drewery
In her book, Cell 7, Kerry Drewery creates a dystopian world in which the legal system has been reduced to a reality TV show. Martha Honeydew is caught up in this system in which viewers vote her either guilty or innocent by phoning in or texting at a premium cost.
The case against Martha seems to be open and shut. She has pleaded guilty to killing one of the UK’s most loved public figures. But is she truly guilty? And is the man she says she killed really the saint that everyone thinks.
Although I found some bits repetitive, I couldn’t put the book down and I’m eagerly awaiting the second installment of Martha’s story. I highly recommend it.