I guess I'm a baby...I just love to be read to.
I thought the story was rather boring and predictable. I almost gave up on it because it was dragging and almost never have that problem witb Grisham's books.
I enjoy Grisham's research and kept my interest.
Narration was OK, but not
Story gave the reader something to think about. Money is not everything.
While I read Grisham because I'm a legal junkie, I am also continually impressed by how he makes me think through challenging social issues. I may not always arrive at the same conclusion, but I do appreciate the mental exercise.
Lawyer quits his job to work with the homeless. I couldn't continue past chapter nine. I found nothing fun in this book. It’s just about some high priced, successful lawyer with a ruined social life who decides to quit his job and work with the homeless. The book is a lot of useless rambling about a stupid lawyer that could have made a better difference by donating a portion of his income to the Goodwill, but instead decides to work in a soup kitchen. I’m quitting at chapter nine, but that’s what’s happened so far. I can’t continue because I’m bored silly.Ignore all the great reviews and avoid this book like the plague - you deserve better.
One of my favorite Grisham novels. Very thought-provoking, couldn't put it down. The only thing that bothered me was at several points in the audible version paragraphs were repeated.