I am a huge fan of Grisham and have read or listened to every book he has written. I have to say I was disappointed in this one. It was very simple and seems to be written for a very young audience. It also ended quickly without wrapping everything up. I kept thinking it would get better. Sorry, I was just disappointed. Not the John Grisham of old.
All Grisham's recorded books are great. Some are better than others but all are fun and informative. Seldom does he talk about attorneys like sitcoms on television and he give real incite. This book is a bit tamer than most of his because it is aimed at young adults. However all one loves from a Grisham novel is still there. Don't miss it. Don't miss any of his.
Older, retired, love the mysteries. Live in Texas.
This was a childish and immature book obviously with pre teens as the target customer. The book ends abruptly with too few resolutions and too many basic questions unanswered. His weakest book by far.
This passed the time in car. Interesting storyline. Grisham is a great storyteller. Richard Thomas was AMAZING as the narrator!
Only thing I didn't like was the story seemed like it was geared for a more juvenile audience.
Excellent light listening with young adults on a trip. Grisham has done an excellent job with an entertaining story
John Boy has grown up and his actors training comes out as he reads the books.
This is a different Grisham. Still good courtroom action, but from the kid perspective. I have every Theo book, and enjoy them over and over again.