I did not read the print version.
Follow your dream and love what you do.
Thank you Mr. Grisham for another excellent book.
Looking for good thrillers
I recommend the book. It's a typical John Grisham story, fast paced, nice twists about the end of the book.
Dennis makes a great performance reading the book. However, an hour and a half before the book was over it sounded like different voices were reading the sentences. I must say it was annoying.
I am a big John Grisham books. I know there were a couple there were not especially different but most were very good for passing time but this one I was not able to finish. I had to leave it after 1.5 hours of listening, incredibly boring.
This is really a good book and worth listening to it !!!
The Characters are really good and depicted well in the Audiobook..
Who is this guy, and what has he done with John Grisham? Wasn't witty, interesting, thought prvoking, or suspenseful...I only finished it because I had paid for it. So there are good lawyers and sleezy lawyers. Nuff said!
A very slow-paced and depressing cast of characters. After listening until it put me in a depression - I took my anti-depressant and switched to another book. Can't believe this one was written by John Grisham; whose books I normally enjoy.
I really like Grisham's book. I couldn't let go of this one. I specially liked the way the protagonist turns his life around only to discover what really matters to us as human beings.
In the middle, but I'm pretty picky so I rarely listen to anything that I don't expect to be great.
A lot of Grisham's other books have a similar vein to them. A young lawyer, job problems, an impossible legal battle, twists and turns in the plot that keep you guessing.
When the main character just walks out of his office after arriving to face another day of pure hell. It was like a slave being set free, and he was going to stay free at any price.
I would say I laughed several times.
Felt a little like King of Torts, except different enough to be it's own book. I loved the characters also. Grisham is a pure master at storytelling and even one of his mediocre books is better than most other author's best.
I enjoyed this Grisham novel as he had some interesting characters and their development was good. A goody-two shoes lawyer among the ambulance chasers, was an interesting dynamic. The story kept me listening, a few drags now and then, but mostly kept me interested. It wasn't suspenseful, which keeps you hanging on to the story more, as some of his other novels have been. Good examples of greed and the amount of money spent on litigation and litigation-avoidance. I am not sure how accurate the picture is of the money spent by the big pharmaceutical companies, but I am sure he is close. Makes one angry to know that is often where the resources go. Enjoy!