Justice, level 3

Novels at Level 3 with the theme of justice

Atonement by Ian McEwen
To kill a mockingbird by Harper Lee
The enemy of all the world by Jack London
Hurricane by Bob Dylan and Jacques Levy
Final Chapter by Chris Birt
My story by Shapelle Corby
Hand me down world by Lloyd Jones
Someone know my name by Lawrence Hill
To kill a mockingbird by Harper Lee also a film
A distant shore by Peter Yeldman
The help by Kathryn Stockett
Secret life of bees by Sue Monk Kidd

Big mouth and ugly girl by Joyce Carol Oates - ‘Matt Donaghy has always been a big mouth. But it's never got him into trouble until one day when two detectives escort him out of class for questioning. The charge? Matt has been accused of threatening to blow up Rocky River High School. Ursula Riggs has always been an ugly girl. She has no time for petty high-school stuff like friends and dating. Ursula is content to mind her own business. And she doesn't even really know Matt Donaghy. But Ursula knows injustice when she sees it. And she's not afraid to speak out.’

Little brother by Cory Doctorow – ‘After being interrogated for days by the Department of Homeland Security in the aftermath of a major terrorist attack on San Francisco, California, seventeen-year-old Marcus, released into what is now a police state, decides to use his expertise in computer hacking to set things right.’

Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey
The 2 main characters - unlikely confederates - a white Australian bookish boy and a part aboriginal boy without family support who knows if he tells the authorities about the dead body he has found hanging in his bush hideout he will be accused of her death so he enlists the help of his agemate [but not friend] to possibly extricate him from the situation.

Guantanamo Boy by Anna Perera (2009)
Khalid, a fifteen-year-old Muslim boy from Rochdale, is abducted from Pakistan while on holiday with his family. He is taken to Guantanamo Bay and held without charge, where his hopes and dreams are crushed under the cruellest of circumstances. An innocent denied his freedom at a time when Western boys are finding theirs, Khalid tries and fails to understand what's happening to him and cannot fail to be a changed young man.

Gladiator dir. Ridley Scott
To kill a mockingbird
Beyond reasonable doubt by David Yallop – NZ