yes, it is a nice story for fans to listen to during the baseball offseason
Warren, because of the multi-faceted nature of his character
Very engaging story. We listened on our vacation -my husband enjoyed it thoroughly. He didn't want to listen to it at first, but couldn't wait to get in back in the truck once he started.
loved it! loved the storyline off a young boy becoming a man and the effects of a poor excuse for a father. how he makes the move to reach out near the end and he'll his f dad heal a wound... for himself, his dad, his hero, and possibly the a slew I'd sorts fans.
The characters were very simplistic and not believable. More depth to the plot and characters could have made the book better.
Simplistic characters and plot.I like other Grisham books, but really did not like this one.
not in my opinion.
Not a baseball book per se. The second half was a little ploddy, sappy and rather predictable. Best when baseball fans were talking about the game. Researched well enough that you sometimes forget it's fiction.
I am not a baseball fan. But I am from Arkansas and have been to Calico Rock. John Grisham is truly a great story teller, teaching me baseball in a way that I can appreciate the cryptic lore of statistics and sliders and curve balls. He salts his story with just enough hints in the beginning of the story and then with flashbacks and twists in the tale he leads me on another fun journey. Loved it.