Excellent book. John Grisham at his best! Michael Beck is an excellent reader. One of the better audio books I heard.
If you hated Painted House, you are going to hate the Last Juror. The legal story is not very interesting and he digresses pointlessly for many chapters. I am not one who considers large digressions in areas that do not relate to the main story as character development. One of the few times I did mind the abridged version - it minimized the pain of having to listen to the whole thing.
Monotone and boring. I tried to listen to the end but only got 3/4 of the way through before I realized it wasn't going to get better.
This is the first Grisham book that I have not liked. I just found it boring. I've been struggling to make myself listen to it. On a good note the narrator is very good..
Ive read or listened to several Grisham novels and in comparison this one is very boring. There are bits and pieces that are a little exciting but they are few and far between.
Not one of my favorite Grisham books, I quit half way through as it was putting me to sleep. And that is not a good thing when you are driving.
Tucked away in the beautiful mountains of New Mexico.
Don't think of this as a courtroom thriller or you'll be disappointed. But if you want a good story, with colorful characters and an excellent reader, then I'd recommend this book.