The story is an interesting one and I like the way it was done with the grand jury. The plot does a nice job of keeping you wondering about Jacob's guilt or innocence. The reader did a great job of bringing life to the characters.
I really loved the book. Didn't want it to end where it did!! It would have gotten a 5 except for ending!
Yes, I would definitely listen to this again
I loved the twists and turns in the plot. It will keep you guessing right up to the end. A great read for a book club with lots of discussion about ethics.
Billy Barber was definitely the most memorable.
Say something about yourself!
This book was enjoyable especially having lived in the Boston area it was interesting to understand Massachusetts law to a certain degree. The narrator did a nice job and should be considered for future books.
I would NOT listen to this novel again. Why? It is truly one of the most disturbing books I've ever read. Would I recommend it? You bet!
This book reminded me of Presumed Innocent. An ending I didn't see coming. Shocking!
At first I didn't like the narrator. I almost stopped listening. Don't stop! It's a disturbing book with disturbing characters and he brings them alive.
A movie is being made of this book next year. I hope they do it justice.
Having it work properly would help, some where in chapter 4 it jumps to chapter 20. You also can not fast-foward with out it jumping to Chapter 20.
I don't know have not finished the book
Pleas fix this
It was easy to step into the family emotional struggles that play out throughout the book and identify with many of them. You always know that this is a very unusual story that may rock your socks at the end. And it really does just that. I couldn't put it down.
The Dad, For believing in his son.
The dad, so I could talk to him about the legal system.
Even though I was warned that there would be a twist in this book, I wasn't expecting it at all. This is a great story and a great performance.