My grandma gave me this book; she was done with it and she was just going to give it to goodwill. The beginning is a bit boring, but after that, it is riveting, and I couldn't put it down. I'm very interested in the O.J. Simpson trials now, especially because I was a baby when they actually occurred, so I guess I never really knew the whole story. I'm going to read some other books about the trials, to get different perspectives, but this one struck me as pretty fair and balanced. It really made me think about our jury system, because mainly the people who end up serving jury duty are the uneducated, can't-hold-down-a-job type, since jury duty requires a long absence which most working people's jobs don't allow. This needs to be fixed!!!