To take the plot of The Justice as it is, it won't be very popular with the public. But to study it and delve into it to discover the true meaning and the deeper originality, it gets to be very interesting.
The plot is about the first female president on the US of A. She apparently inherits this position overnight when the former president dies suddenly of a stroke. When she accepts the Oath of Office, she accepts a lot of trouble on herself, including a women-haters club. But she starts part of the trouble herself when she invites her former boyfriend to be the chief justice of the Supreme Court.
The plot is fully based on the choices of humans, how everyone is human, and how no one can escape the consequences of their choices. It's a struggles of humanity type of story, and not one that will be very popular with the public. But this is a story that needs to be told. One of a realistic setting and of lasting value. The extremely original end adds to this. Without it, however, the book would hardly be worth reading.
You may not find this book to be appealing, but you'll simply have to find out when you read it.