Good story, better than the movie and different enough to make it unpredictable and exciting. The characters were a little bland compared to some of John Grishams other books but that is a pretty high bar. The narrator only does one voice and it is a bit over dramatic. Reminds me of Calculon from Futurama.
I read The Firm in one sitting when it was released in paperback. The story is fine and well told, but I read and listen to this book because the dialogue throughout is so well done.
A better narrator would have helped. He couldn't keep my interest.
I think Avery was my favorite character because he didn't pretend to be anyone else but himself.
I knew there was a reason I didn't want to listen to this book. I have heard Scott Brick read other books and he was fine, not my favorite. He didn't do justice to the book. He didn't add any emotion. He just read it.
I was disappointment with the reading of the store. I have seen the movie version which was very well done.
The book itself keeps me hanging on every word. My commute to work goes much more quickly. His performance makes it even more exciting. I keep this one on my phone even when I rotate other books around