Right away I sympathized with the characters and their situation with student debt… as I’m sure most students would. However, mine is not nearly as high as theirs was, so I have that going for me. One of their friends has a theory that there is something suspicious going on, something that he refers to as “The Great Law School Scam.” When Mark, Todd, and Zola find out about this, they drop out of school to try and expose what exactly is going on.
The three are more like antiheroes in the sense that they have to break some laws in order to find out what is going on with this law school scam. They do hesitate at times to go through with some of their actions, but they realize they’re doing this for the greater good and to save future students from falling into this scam as well. In the end, things wrap up pretty well, but I will say that it wasn’t quite in the way that I expected.
Then again, I’m not entirely sure what I was expecting with this book. Still, I was happy with how it ended and I would recommend it to anyone who likes scandals or anything related to lawyers.