A little above average
A different concept from his usual
Didn't distinguish characters
All the characters sounded the same. Got lost several times and had to back up.
one of the best
not knowing the end ahead of time.
Just very pleasing and satisfying.
The John Grisham I fell in love with years ago. I have not always enjoyed ALL of his books mostly because of his choice of subjects this one was up to par.
it is always a pleasure to listen to a Grisham Novel .... It was a pretty good story. I think Mr. Grisham has a good idea of how law enforcement works..... ....charge them with everything under the sun and squeeze them for all their worth .... I will listen to it again
Typical John Grisham style...
The curve ball.
I wasn't a big fan of how arrogant he made the main character, Malcolm Banister, but I like the storyline.
No, I believe reading the book would have been better. Although Mr. Jackson did a fine job, I wish they had more than one narrator.
Yes, I've read all of John Grisham's Novels. This particular one isn't my favorite, but it did keep me going. At times, I believe the story was a little unbelievable, but it is fiction. If you like John Grisham, you will not be disappointed.
Clear, smooth, monotonous.
The reader was good
No. The book was boring. It is not like any of Grisham's other books.
This is one of my top 3 books so far - I have listened to about 20.
Malcolm/Max was smooth - I was pulling for him the whole time.
This book was more of a drama with a mystery woven into it. It was not super-suspenseful, but I didnt want to stop listening.
Never read print version
The plot twist with the main character as he skillfully went from victim to the person in control.