“Wheels of Injustice” by Susan Louise Gabriel

Wheels of Injustice: Saving my Child from The Child Savers

Susan Louise Gabriel
Soul Sonshine (2021)
ISBN 9781735537061
Reviewed by Lily Andrews for Reader Views (01/2022)

“Wheels of Injustice” is an unfalteringly forthright account of one woman’s formidable fight with the child protection system after upending her life and family.

Susan is living her happiest times with her new husband and two children, when her life suddenly takes a dark turn. Her husband is falsely accused of molesting her youngest daughter by the child protection services—the agency also manipulates the child’s young mind during the harrowing ordeal.

Consequently, her daughter is taken away and, for a time, placed in foster care. Furthermore, her husband also now faces a sixteen-year jail sentence for a crime he didn’t commit. The happy times quickly disappear as Susan is thrown into the murky waters of injustice that seem to be ruled over by a crooked system. Yet, she is determined to fight to the end to prove her husband’s innocence, get back her daughter, and restore her family.

“Wheels of Injustice” sheds a light on the author’s life during these tumultuous times that left her drained and questioning her faith in God. She further reveals details of her childhood and adulthood, before and after the painful experience.

I enjoyed reading this memoir from the onset. The author’s prose is fresh and crisp, and her brutal honesty makes reading this book a rewarding experience. The memoir perfectly displays a Creator who will not abandon His children during life’s horrible storms. I admired Susan’s bravery, courage and resolve, and I highly appreciated the stage of life she is now currently living. This touching story is further infused with beautiful spiritual poems that are not only encouraging, but uplifting as well. This is an undoubtedly successful work that I heartily give 5-stars to for its emotion and ingenuity.

“Wheels of Injustice: Saving my Child from The Child Savers” is a worthwhile read with rich lessons for all of us. It is a celebration for anyone who, like the author, has faced adversity and come out on the other end, a victor.

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