Justin Cook’s debut novel, ‘Infectious Injustice,’ is a captivating exploration of the human spirit, combining tales of injustice, redemption, and personal growth. Drawing from his own life experiences – from technical expertise to globe-trotting adventures – Cook crafts a narrative that is both thrilling and deeply introspective. His relatable struggles, highlighted by his witty self-awareness, make for an engrossing read that resonates with readers from all walks of life. A must-read that promises action, introspection, and a fresh voice in modern literature. – Amazon Review
The True Story of Survival and Loss against Corruption,
the COVID – 19 Disaster inside of San Quentin, and
the Dumpster Fire that is Known as Mass Incarceration
Justin Cook was born in Nevada. He’s a technical architect who has worked at the most prestigious companies and holds over fifty technical certifications, including top-tier status among the technical community worldwide.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish literature, a master’s in information systems, and is pursuing a PhD in information systems. He also taught at a college in Nevada and was a faculty member in the information technology department. He is a marathon runner who has also stupidly run with the bulls in Pamplona, twice. He speaks four languages, which he developed while living abroad in Spain, France, and Germany. He has traveled to over thirty countries, which translates to he doesn’t know how to save money.
He enjoys teaching Kenpo, where he holds a black belt, playing piano, snowboarding, and hiking. He is much better at being divorced than he was at being married. He is a father of rambunctious kids who enjoy reminding him that he is no longer cool and is gaining weight. He now lives in a house free of bars that is made for naps, reading books, and drinking too much coffee. Most days, you will find him lounging in his Kirkland sweats from Costco, writing, where he transports readers to a place where bold heroes have endearing flaws, as he broadly addresses the human experience.
The swashbuckling action-adventure Infectious Injustice is his first novel.
This book is a compelling and eye-opening account of life inside one of America’s most notorious prisons. Through its unvarnished storytelling and unapologetic realism, the book challenges preconceived notions and invites readers to empathize with the human beings behind the prison bars. For those interested in gaining insight into the complexities of the criminal justice system and the resilience of the human spirit, this book offers a poignant and thought-provoking read. -Amazon Review