I wasn't real crazy about the narrator. His attempt to speak with a Hispanic accent or in a woman's voice was laughable and stereotypical. His impression of a Black man speaking was even worse.
I liked the story. I see homeless people a lot and occasionally I will come across a homeless family. It is not an ready life for a grown man or woman but it's especially heartbreaking to see a child having to endure the bad decisions and sometimes unforeseen mistakes of their parents.
It is good to shed light on the problem of homelessness and those who work to see that they can find support and justice when the world turns their back on them.
Educational and inspirational glimpse of an unknown side of "Human" law practice. Heart rendering review of the fight for an often forgotten class of Americans, in need of a voice. Bravo!
Captured my interest from the very start however the voice and inflections seemed off to me but I can't put my finger on it. Didn't sound like a 30 something voice I guess. Still, I was kept interested by the street lawyer office scenario and Mr. Green. He kept if going for me and the litigation was somewhat exciting and fulfilling.
I enjoy anything about orthodox christanity novels, biographies and history as it relates to christianity.I also enjoyJohn Grisham type nov
This is my second reading I enjoyed it as much as the first.
Frank Muller brilliant work is breathtaking. I highly recommend this piece of work.
I am a retired psychologist with lots of time on my hands, thus I listen to a lot of books.
I loved this book! John Grisham did it again. It kept my interest throughout, rekindled a desire in me to work with the hungry and homeless and was a thoroughly enjoyable read. Thank you Mr. Grisham.
I was captivated by the story and applaud John Grisham for using his creative genius to entertain while also educating about real life dilemmas. Frank Muller brings each character to life with his impeccable timing and skill. The book touched me and is definitely going to leave a lasting imprint.