"One man's experience of going down the rabbit hole of mental illness makes you more aware of what could easily happen to you if you simply had a bad reaction to prescribed medications. Eventually you learn not to empower people in the medical profession with attributes they don't posses. Aim for Justice hits the mark and is worth the read."
"The author’s story will challenge your sense of credibility, it will plague you with nightmarish images and make you question the “sanity” of the system that apparently is entrusted to bring sanity back to the insane, and it will certainly inspire you to ride out rocky seas to the port on the other side. I’m not going to sugar up this story – it’s a tough pill to swallow. Take a strong cup of coffee and dive in – because folks, his story is a reality that I have no doubt many others have also endured at the hands of mental-health practitioners, and who have not fared as well in the end."
"In this age of mass-shootings and concern about the role of the mentally ill in them, Aim for Justice provides a unique glimpse into an issue of great importance to all Americans—our Constitutional right to bear arms."
Ken Dickson is the author of Detour from Normal, The Road to Amistad, and Aim for Justice. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife and a motley crew of pets. Ken loves adventures. In the last year alone, he visited the Taj Mahal in India, rode a motorcycle 2100 miles solo through Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado, petted baby grey whales in the Pacific Ocean and photographed blue whales in the Sea of Cortez.
For more information about Ken and his writing, please visit his website at: www.kendicksonauthor.com