Top 10 Things To Know About Netflix's The Innocent Man

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    If you love true crime shows, you’ll love Netflix’s The Innocent Man, based on the 2006 John Grisham book. For this list, we’re taking a look at interesting facts regarding this six-part documentary series premiering on Netflix. Did you know that it exposes cracks within the justice system? And that it shines a light on The Innocence Project and wrongful accusations? Join WatchMojo as we count down our picks for the Top 10 Things to Know About Netflix’s The Innocent Man.
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    10. The Crime & the Controversy
    9. It’s Adapted from John Grisham’s Only Nonfiction Book
    8. It Shines a Light on The Innocence Project and Wrongful Accusations
    7. The Filmmakers
    6. It Exposes Cracks Within the Justice System
    5. There May Be 100,000 Innocent People in Prison in the U.S.
    4. This Is a Story That Hollywood Wanted to Tell for Years
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Comments • 219

  •  7 months ago +21

    The Innocent Man is available NOW on Netflix. Find your new True Crime obsession here:

  • Elite Huso
    Elite Huso 13 days ago

    Idk if aqua was around at this time so can some on tell me

  • Le_Wombat89
    Le_Wombat89 18 days ago +1

    I'm glad my hometown of Ada is getting recognition of course it wqs for the wrong thing but still

  • Redface
    Redface Month ago

    It was the zodiac killer

  • Apple Jacks
    Apple Jacks Month ago +2

    This happened in my town

  • Ange H
    Ange H 3 months ago

    What do you expect from a stupid state made up of brain dead, unread, unlettered, uneducated bigots? Let them be taken over by Mexicans.

  • David H
    David H 3 months ago +2

    Bill do you sleep at night?

  • I. Wynn Wynn
    I. Wynn Wynn 3 months ago

    Many Netflix documentaries are great, including this one , except not making a murderer!

  • kalsang samurai
    kalsang samurai 4 months ago +7

    Hello people out there , plz support Tommy ward. He already spent 34 years of his life for a crime he did not commit. And the irony is, he is still behind the bars. Very sad and shameful for us people out there. We get messed up even if we lose one minute of our freedom but that poor guy suffered for 34 damn years. Wake up people , support that poor soul who is hoping to see a new day in freedom.
    To all the critics out there, he was brainwashed by the PD as per the documentary.
    So plz stand up for this innocent man. I am waiting to see a big smile on his face. I want to see joy of freedom on his face.

  • Crystal Esquivel
    Crystal Esquivel 4 months ago

    aat e dig bick. What does this say tell me in the comment right here >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>v

  • soonerlilsis
    soonerlilsis 4 months ago

    Ada is a horrible place

  • SailorsGrave73
    SailorsGrave73 4 months ago

    The only reason they haven't been released yet is because they haven't admitted guilt. You admit guilt then the state cant be sued.

  • YouTube MORALS
    YouTube MORALS 4 months ago

    It's weird to see this on your channel and on Netflix, as I live in Ada. It wasn't talked about again until this show came out.

  • Rob Dean
    Rob Dean 4 months ago +1

    A buddy just sent me a screen shot from this show. At 5:50 seconds of the episode he is watching they are showing a year book picture. The picture is from my Junior High school in 1982 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Pictures of 5 guys that I went to school with and a couple that I am still in contact with. Their names have been changed yet it is them. I find it bizarre that they would use a page from a yearbook in Canada and cut and paste it into a documentary that is about an innocent man in the USA. I understand that a lot of shows are filmed up here but in a documentary would you not think that they would pictures and evidence from that area ??

  • Adventures with Plates, Glasses & Passports

    I think noting that the DA's office has made mistakes, is still too rosy a statement or even further bias. They are blatantly criminals and predators. Who knows how are far they have gone and what crimes they have committed? Like an iceberg, you only see the tip as exposed ... when 90% of it lays hidden.

  • Tiny Dancer
    Tiny Dancer 4 months ago +1

    Just watching this on Netflix. Damn some cops are corrupt af what with . these cases and Steven Averys They must have been so pissed off when DNA testing came into play cos it would be harder for them to set people up. Very disturbing that you can't trust some of the people who are meant to protect you.

  • Deja-Vu
    Deja-Vu 5 months ago +2

    Yeah I really liked the show. It was odd because my grandmother went to school with a lot of the people on the show, including Debby Carter. So I secretly know a lot about the information not on the show...

  • Licrt Sdow
    Licrt Sdow 5 months ago +1

    What do I need to know about Innocent man?
    That 150 000 innocent people are in prison, of course!

  • Thomas McLain
    Thomas McLain 5 months ago

    One of my favorite Grisham novels. Good to have faces to go along with the names from the book. Must catch this.

  • Case Stafford23
    Case Stafford23 5 months ago

    anyone else live in Ada?

  • Sherley Délice
    Sherley Délice 5 months ago

    if I could help Tommy Ward I'll do it. they took his whole life. I hope in 2019 he will be free

  • Missy Ferguson
    Missy Ferguson 5 months ago

    Does anyone who watched this series realizes that when Timmy Ward is talking about the shirt the girl wore he says white with blue flowers on his taped interview but the girl who gave the murder victim the shirt said it’s lavender. The police report says lavender and so did the DA. THATS ENOUGH TO GRANT HIM A NEW TRIAL.

  • RitaPortugirl♥
    RitaPortugirl♥ 5 months ago

    Just finished watching this documentary, I watched all 6 episodes in a row. It's sad how you cant even trust those who should me the most trustworthy.

  • manhammer AR15
    manhammer AR15 6 months ago

    Tell me why the thumb nail looks like shia labof

  • for real
    for real 6 months ago

    The girls were prob murdered by scorned lovers, someone close.

  • guillepankeke
    guillepankeke 6 months ago +2

    I read the innocent man i always thought that the police knew who did it and wanted to cover for him.

  • Sandy Angel
    Sandy Angel 6 months ago +4

    This story is not comparable to Making a murderer, the innocent man was not filled with lies and deceit.

  • Becky N
    Becky N 6 months ago

    This is a great docuseries, but if you haven't, I would suggest reading the book. It goes into a whole lot more detail.

  • rl 525
    rl 525 6 months ago

    Why is there random music and sound the entire show? It's very annoying.

  • kennieth jimenez
    kennieth jimenez 6 months ago

    who else just noticed that we still have net neutrality

  • Riley Pearson
    Riley Pearson 6 months ago

    Anyone here wanna fok my face hole??

  • FishFillet
    FishFillet 6 months ago

    okay watchmojo I watched this video you happy?

  • RussianDoge69 69
    RussianDoge69 69 6 months ago

    Listen to some podcasts about stuff of this nature.

  • Kate Kelly
    Kate Kelly 6 months ago

    Unfortunately these horrific problems in our justice system are rampant nationwide.
    I knew a young mother with a 4 year old son who was shot & killed in a botched robbery last year, the day after Christmas. The young man who murdered her should have never been on the streets as he has violated his parole multiple times. To make matters worse, he had been on a crime spree for a week, holding up stores with a gun, carjacking an eldery woman at gunpoint, and he even shot 3 people (they did not die but went to the hospital, police, & filled reports). The icing on this awful cake? He had a GPS ankle monitor on at all times which should have alerted police he was violating curfew & traveling outside his restricted area. We do not have a lot of violent crimes like this is Austin so there's no excuse for this blatant police negligence. If they had bothered to check who was in the area during all these crimes, we would not have lost a friend. And a four year old would not have lost his mother. They didn't even check who was in the area afterv she was murdered. They caught purely by accident. Despicable, shameful, negligent, and completely unacceptable.

  • Jon Zimmer
    Jon Zimmer 6 months ago

    Should be renamed an Ad for Netflix's The Innocent Man for $10,000... shameless ad revenue

  • unknown user09
    unknown user09 6 months ago


  • Podzilla
    Podzilla 6 months ago

    The book is good tbh

  • Ashaan Woodfin
    Ashaan Woodfin 7 months ago

    Basically a stop-gap between Making a Murderer season 2 and season 3, it was really about 2-3 episodes too long, lots of wheel spinning, imo

  • dem0ninthemist
    dem0ninthemist 7 months ago

    i wonder how many would be there by #metoo

  • Scariella
    Scariella 7 months ago +13

    Why can't the Innocence Project help Steven Avery? They gave up on him.

    • Crochet Happy
      Crochet Happy 5 months ago

      Read comments on Reddit discussion board

    • Crochet Happy
      Crochet Happy 5 months ago

      @Peachy Aaliyah look it up on Reddit. Lots of discussion

    • athenaspsyche
      athenaspsyche 5 months ago +2

      Because Steven Avery is guilty. Plenty of articles online discuss all the info that was left out of making a murderer

    • Peachy Aaliyah
      Peachy Aaliyah 5 months ago

      Yeah that's true... Why did they give up on him and some other people as well. Its just f*cked up honestly 😔

  • Naforbe
    Naforbe 7 months ago +5

    The Confession Tapes on Netflix is good.

  • Zurround100
    Zurround100 7 months ago +1

    if that many are flat out INNOCENT I wonder how many guilty people still got screwed by the system for example a situation where you are not actually innocent but by all rights the conviction should have been manslaughter but the person ended up getting convicted of murder.

  • Kevin Webster
    Kevin Webster 7 months ago

    Considering the fact that Netflix is being sued for false information in their last murder “documentary series” I think I’ll skip this one.

    • K Howard
      K Howard 7 months ago +3

      LOL!!! You mean that dirty cop, Colborn, who is guilty AF in planting evidence??!! HAHAHAHAHA Thanks for the laugh! Manitowoc Sheriff's department is as corrupt as the Ada, OK police department.

  • Tara Young
    Tara Young 7 months ago +2

    The one thing that stands out is the dreams. The whole town of Ada had Dreams about this? Not to mention the dreams these innocent men had in jail.. The dreams before they were arrested, details or not, why were they all dreaming about it. I get small town, heard mentality and exposure but it feels like something else is behind the curtain in this case.

  • Sheep Co. Cinemas
    Sheep Co. Cinemas 7 months ago +2

    Number 1: he’s innocent

  • Rose Justice
    Rose Justice 7 months ago +3

    Barry Scheck loves to portray himself as the righter of wrongs, but this little bastard was part of OJ’s legal team. He conveniently argued on how DNA tests could be wrong.

    • Crochet Happy
      Crochet Happy 5 months ago

      I was so rooting for the female attory of Innocence project. (Making of a murderer)Just learned here today that Barry S founded it. Maybe many here are too young to remember the OJ Trial. I watched it every day on TV. Wow you can't even trust anyone's motives. How does he live with himself after getting OJ of the hook.

    • for real
      for real 6 months ago

      Finally! Someone else feels same as I about Scheck who helped OJ get off with double murder. I think he has tried to "redeem" himself by creating the IP but there is NO redemption for him. He is AS guilty as OJ Simpson IMO.

  • Priya Biswas
    Priya Biswas 7 months ago +10

    Free Tommy Ward :(

  • Hector's Mommy
    Hector's Mommy 7 months ago

    For anyone who has watched it: is it as one sided as "Making a Murderer"? I couldn't watch that show.

    • Caity Dowing
      Caity Dowing 7 months ago

      100% one sided

    • Rufiena Innercircle
      Rufiena Innercircle 7 months ago

      Hector's Mommy will update here once im finish with this. Just done ep 3. So far i dont feel like they are wrongfully convicted 😂😂.

  • Fai9aalTS
    Fai9aalTS 7 months ago

    Idc about the the video. I just came here to dislike watchmojo’s cheap content

  • Vincent Chapman
    Vincent Chapman 7 months ago +2

    Am I the only one who is wondering how 4% is 120 000 if 1% is 24 000. Simple math says 4% is 96 000

  • Corey Jackson
    Corey Jackson 7 months ago +1

    Thank god I thought this was a another Drug Cartel show

  • Zoe Walker
    Zoe Walker 7 months ago

    I think I’ve seen a movie about the 2 guys who killed the girl... not sure 🤔 which 🎥

  • back number
    back number 7 months ago

    Memories of murder.

  • Daniel DeLappe
    Daniel DeLappe 7 months ago +1

    Taking your numbers from the Innocence project is foolish. The numbers they have given are bullshit.

  • Felix Ray
    Felix Ray 7 months ago +2

    I watched the whole thing in one afternoon! Another Classic Netflix Docuseries!

  • Butter Bean
    Butter Bean 7 months ago +1

    Excellent series!

  • Lucky Fucker
    Lucky Fucker 7 months ago +1

    They should make this into a movie instead of a documentary

  • zerox505
    zerox505 7 months ago

    When jesus comes back ill get sniper rifle and blow his brains out.

  • Bootsmith
    Bootsmith 7 months ago

    Isn't this just a new "Making A Murderer"?

    • Bonnie Odonnell
      Bonnie Odonnell 7 months ago +1

      No I do not think so, for sure ADA has corrupt police, investigators and D.A. Way more Evidence these really were bad cops. O just finished watching the series

  • Ace Money
    Ace Money 7 months ago

    Why he look like Post Malone

  • Nut
    Nut 7 months ago +31

    I'm from ada and trust me there are a lot of crooked cops and evil people bc my cousin was murdered and no one was arrested and today they walk a free life while he got cut short as a senior

    • for real
      for real 6 months ago

      @Nut I'm also sorry for your loss. There is NO protection from crime by American law enforcers nowadays. My friend has a daughter in Ada. Living in a small town offers no insulation from crime. Plus, the smaller the town the more incompetent the law enforcers. They do not have the standards or the training, skills, equipment, forensic professionals, etc that big cities have but I still choose not to live in a big city.

    • Nut
      Nut 6 months ago +2

      @Kate Kelly thank you for your support it helps so much

    • Kate Kelly
      Kate Kelly 6 months ago +2

      I am so very sorry for your loss and this gross legal injustice. Unfortunately there are corrupt lawyers, prosecutors, district attorneys, & police officers all over this country. Prayers for you a. 💜
      I knew a young mother with a 4 year old son who was shot & killed in a botched robbery last year, the day after Christmas. The young man who murdered her should have never been on the streets as he has violated his parole multiple time👀👯‍♀️👀💤🖤💤👅s. To make matters worse, he had been on a crime spree for a week, holding up stores with a gun, carjacking an eldery woman at gunpoint, and he even shot 3 people (they did not die but went to the hospital, police, & filled reports). The icing on this awful cake? He had a GPS ankle monitor on at all times which should have alerted police he was violating curfew & traveling outside his restricted area. We do not have a lot of violent crimes like this is Austin so there's no excuse for this blatant police negligence. If they had bothered to check who was in the area during all these crimes, we would not have lost a friend. And a four year old would not have lost his mother. They didn't even check who was in the area afterv she was murdered. They caught purely by accident. Despicable, shameful, negligent, and completely unacceptable. Our justice system needs a serious overhaul. People are literally dying.

    • No Name
      No Name 6 months ago +2

      Stokey G I’m glad you left, sorry for your loss

    • Halo guy 7
      Halo guy 7 7 months ago +6

      I'm so sorry for your loss.

  • Liz Real Girl Beauty
    Liz Real Girl Beauty 7 months ago +3

    Who is served by pushing against fighting wrongful convictions? Those who profit from conviction rates, regardless of their accuracy.

  • Jinx Namasitha
    Jinx Namasitha 7 months ago

    I read the book i hope this is is as good

  • Corey Junk
    Corey Junk 7 months ago +1

    This series is better than Making a Murderer. Although MAM was important in highlighting the injustices committed by the criminal justice system, the message gets muddled by the later conviction of Avery and Dassey which moved the focus away from that message and onto the personalities. The Innocent Man doesn’t do that. Because it doesn’t, the message is far more powerful and effective.

    • for real
      for real 6 months ago

      The guy in MAM could not stay out of trouble even after his release. I heard TIM is an excellent doc but will never, ever understand people "confessing" to murders they do not commit.

  • Publius Maximus Manlius
    Publius Maximus Manlius 7 months ago +64

    Innocence project should really be a tv show of its own.

    • Izaac LMT
      Izaac LMT 4 months ago

      @Briana Penn Also, Vindicated premiered in 2012.

    • Briana Penn
      Briana Penn 6 months ago +2

      There was a show on MTV called “Unlocking the Truth” where the host spent 10 years in prison for a murder he didn’t do and once he got out he wanted to help others who went through the same thing he did. It came on tv in 2016 but I don’t know if it’s still going 😕 it was a pretty good show.

    • quinn hendley
      quinn hendley 7 months ago

      THIS ! yes - absolutely.

  • T.L. Minyard
    T.L. Minyard 7 months ago

    I was born in Ada. Lived in the area most my life. Just thought I’d put that out there.

  • Aesthetic boi
    Aesthetic boi 7 months ago

    I didnt even wetched the show...

  • Alysia Mer David-Wasser
    Alysia Mer David-Wasser 7 months ago +9

    Yeah, but.. is this video brought to us by "The Innocent Man"??? 😏
    Can't believe WM just did a "sponsored content"
    [ *literal* ] video, smh & lol

  • Dr. Jasontheman
    Dr. Jasontheman 7 months ago

    Who else thought: “Billy Joel”

  • Daniel Gonzalez
    Daniel Gonzalez 7 months ago +7

    Jesus! So many comments about Jesus! Jesus Christ y’all need Jesus.

    • Mark Tprodicus
      Mark Tprodicus 6 months ago

      Jesus has a special place in HELL for this DA and pig squad.

  • Zak Garfield
    Zak Garfield 7 months ago +1

    Ads are getting smarter.

  • Loli4lyf
    Loli4lyf 7 months ago

    Netflix live action is sucks

  • Trentinator 69
    Trentinator 69 7 months ago

    I live in ada and I just found out about this show

  • toomuchtime
    toomuchtime 7 months ago +46

    I think that any DA who is willing to tamper with evidence should be disbarred

    • mashizzubizz
      mashizzubizz 22 days ago

      They should serve the sentences that the people they put away that are innocent. End of corruption!

    • Ange H
      Ange H 3 months ago

      Obstruction of justice is a felony. It should so be prosecuted.

    • bursegsardaukar
      bursegsardaukar 5 months ago +1

      Native J You mean ‘executed’.

    • Native J
      Native J 6 months ago

      Any DA who is willing to tamper with evidence should be prosecuted

    • Jacob Sample
      Jacob Sample 7 months ago +2

      toomuchtime as I said before Corruption is completely legal in the US. After Citizens United, the Republican Party went on a rampage to get all Campaign “donation” laws repealed, and they were very successful.

  • Miche Williams
    Miche Williams 7 months ago +7

    Quick suggestion: Can ya do a video on the Adnan Syed case? I feel he was wrongly convicted of something he didn't do.

  • francis yang
    francis yang 7 months ago

    You just spoil the movie or series..thx shines a light on the innocence project...and then u show them free from jail.

  • Nayan Singh
    Nayan Singh 7 months ago +2

    Can we get a Top 10 Jazz music beats ?

  • bum4evr
    bum4evr 7 months ago +35

    Sadly, sometimes the people who prosecute criminals are criminals themselves.

  • Peach Basket
    Peach Basket 7 months ago +2

    May as well open a new channel called Shill Mojo. This is an 8-minute commercial disguised as a Top Ten List.

  • Opaqueandblue From my phone

    The crimes that ended up in convictions should be reopened when investigated due to the amount of corruption back then and to ensure that its over now. Definitely would not want to live there

  • Jón
    Jón 7 months ago +1

    1% 24.000 but 4% 120.000, makes sense. Guilty!

  • Jared Quinney
    Jared Quinney 7 months ago

    This is really interesting

  • Missy tributes
    Missy tributes 7 months ago +12

    I hadn't even heard of this documentary coming up but I'm watching it.

  • Erica Shady
    Erica Shady 7 months ago

    Netflix paid you?$$$$

  • The End of Sorrows
    The End of Sorrows 7 months ago +6

    Read this book, complete shame what happened to Wiliamson.

  • Dregs
    Dregs 7 months ago +4

    moral of story: never live in a small town run by a white mayor, they usually means a high chance of corruption and crooked behavior. not all are bad but there are many across the country that give small town people a bad name

    • Dregs
      Dregs 6 months ago

      @NadiaGirl1 i do as well

    • Dregs
      Dregs 6 months ago

      @for real yawn

    • for real
      for real 6 months ago

      Dregs...Oh really? Drive thru the small, rural towns in the MS Delta & see how corrupt, thieving, black mayors have destroyed them.

    • NadiaGirl1
      NadiaGirl1 7 months ago +1

      Dregs you know I see that small towns have corrupt police

  • Jared Quinney
    Jared Quinney 7 months ago

    This is really interesting

  • Dregs
    Dregs 7 months ago +5

    the justice system is a corrupted crook as system where the rich get off pretty much free while the middle class get hit with the most dumbest charges only for an non-profit organization to clear the person of any crime. That tells you how much you shouldn't trust the usa government or its justice system

    • Bree Dickhart
      Bree Dickhart Month ago

      Trust me as an Aussie, your justice system, politics and highly profitable prison systems are shocking. I can’t believe every comment thread has Americans ignorantly divided on every single political issue while your government gets away with it

    • Peachy Aaliyah
      Peachy Aaliyah 5 months ago +1

      PRENCH 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙏🏼

  • Stephanie Santiago
    Stephanie Santiago 7 months ago +29

    John Grisham is one of my favorite authors!!!! I am definitely watching this

    • Crochet Happy
      Crochet Happy 5 months ago

      @sunnylilme I liked the making of a murderer even better

    • sunnylilme
      sunnylilme 7 months ago +2

      Its good. I liked the staircase on netflix better. Similar theme. Im a crime mystery junkie.

  • Whitley's Dollhouse
    Whitley's Dollhouse 7 months ago

    We love to watch WatchMojo

  • Jeff Ha
    Jeff Ha 7 months ago +1

    I read the book many years ago and am looking forward to this series. It was a great book.

  • Bax xtab
    Bax xtab 7 months ago

    Ayyyyy, my town. I know the family of the girl who was murdered

    • NadiaGirl1
      NadiaGirl1 7 months ago +1

      Bax xtab wow I bet she was very sad

  • NuclearGrizzly
    NuclearGrizzly 7 months ago +18

    I wish Netflix would do a series on the crimes and atrocities of New Orleans DA *HARRY CONNICK SR.* Yeah, the singer's father. Every time his son refers to his father as "his moral compass" I want to vomit.

    • Paul Babcock
      Paul Babcock 6 months ago

      We are evolved to trust our parents, note how many children believe in Santa or t god of their parents. Also human's capacity to compartmentalize can be amazing often maintaining diametrically opposed beliefs.
      Connick Sr. probably sees himself as fervently righteous. And so long as Jr. doesn't look too hard at what his dad does away from home, at work, he sees a father, who believes himself to be righteous, who Jr. admires and reveres.
      And I do live in N.O. area and am aware of Sr.'s history of criminal abuse of power.

    • Kaylee F
      Kaylee F 7 months ago +2

      Wow. I just read the IPNO report and holy hell, what a corrupt piece of garbage. It's gross that Harry Jr still defends him.

    • Corey Junk
      Corey Junk 7 months ago

      NuclearGrizzly THIS!!!

    • NuclearGrizzly
      NuclearGrizzly 7 months ago +1

      @OwN Avenged Hadn't heard that one. Connick did have a long and storied history of refusing to prosecute pedophiles. Particularly cops and priests.

    • OwN Avenged
      OwN Avenged 7 months ago

      @NuclearGrizzly He also tortured them, didn't he? To force them to confess. Such as using jumper cables on a mans balls and sending electric currents through his body.
      Or was that some other corrupt cop?

  • Caleb Twist
    Caleb Twist 7 months ago

    I'm from Ada Oklahoma

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  • Neringa Keteriute
    Neringa Keteriute 7 months ago

    Looks really interesting..

  • smally1986
    smally1986 7 months ago

    Top ten youtube channels running out of ideas - number one: watchmojo

  • Will G. Forrest
    Will G. Forrest 7 months ago

    So is this a documentary series or a realistic crime drama?

    • Sharyn Bitzer
      Sharyn Bitzer 7 months ago

      It is a true story that happened in Oklahoma in the 1980s. A popular author John Grisham looked into this case and wrote a bestseller .
      This documentary is based on the case and the author is in it.

    • Will G. Forrest
      Will G. Forrest 7 months ago

      Sharyn Bitzer expand please

    • Sharyn Bitzer
      Sharyn Bitzer 7 months ago

      True series

  • Ember Weeds
    Ember Weeds 7 months ago

    Love John Grisham books, have read all of his fiction books so will have to read this non fiction one!

  • Da:vid García
    Da:vid García 7 months ago