no. this was so hard to listen to I just couldnt bring myself to trust them again. It is simply a boring plot and not in anyway plausible. This is coming from someone who just finished 14! and Altar of Bones! Equally outlandish plots and devices but better written and much more satisfying.
The Confession was much better. Not great but better.
U n b e l i e v a b l y. S l o wmust listen on 1.5 speed or higher. the pauses are too long.
this book was not put together by two writers it was machined from left over parts of other probably more intersting ideas. The result is an uninspired disappointment that was also hard to listen to at normal speed. Though I did find at 1.5 his voice was fine and tempo listenable.
after several great books (and very different sure), including The Drunkard's Walk and 14, this was tough to finish and ultimately unsatisfying. Sorry it sounds harsh but that was my 12 hours i will not get back
It is similar to Grisham;s books.
I think he provides more characterization.
I so much enjoyed this audiobook!! The narrator is top-notch which adds depth to the story. You won't regret listening to this book--one of my favorite Grisham's yet!!
Great diction and a powerful performance.
Yes, but i also didn't want it to end, either.....
Can someone recommend another book this good?? Thank you in advance!
No, the narrator was too much, I would recommend my friend get a Kindle.
The ending was awesome!
Whistles every "s"
Most definitely! I often read Grisham's books more than once and having this one as an audible book makes it even more appealing. This one was done so well...very entertaining.
Any other Grisham novel! I could compare it to a Robert Ludlum novel,
due to the many twists and turns in the book. One did not know the outcome until the very last page I also enjoyed this audio book as much as The Help. Both performances by the readers were superb.
The lead character. Malcolm Bannister.
It made both my husband and I cry due to much laughter! It certainly made a long car trip more enjoyable.
Loved the novel and audio version equally. Jackson did a marvelous job portraying all of the characters on spot.
Always reliable. That's how I view John Grisham's books. I needed a book that would carry me through at least 6 hours of mindless work. I had 15 minutes to download so I picked this new release knowing it would be a sure thing. I've never been disapointed.
The narration in this book is some of the best I've heard. The story was full of intrigue and kept me guessing. Very well thought-out.
I really like Grisham. I am a little disappointed in this book, but I will certainly read more of his books. I don't normally look at who the narrator is, but the narrator cannot be faulted here.
The ending was--not memorable. It was kind of a surprise, but one where you just shrugged and said, Oh!
Yes, if you wanted to kill some time, The Racketeer would do that for you.
The first half of this book was kind of ho-hum and I thought it was a pretty pedestrian, matter-of-fact plot. But wait for the second half. My perception went from "nice story" to "that was one of Grisham's best in a few years!" Mr. Grisham still has it! This one would make a good movie.
Enjoyed the book. I listened while traveling and had no trouble catching up where I had to pause and feeling "connected" to the story. I think I will listen to it again and will probably catch several things I missed first time around. Very good!