I don't know.
I don't know.
We enjoyed all the twists and turns to the story.
Being a snitch for the FBI can sometimes but not always be dangerous to your health. I learned a lot about the government's witness protection program. I hope I never have to rely on it.
The plot moved along at a nice pace. I knew twists and turns were coming, and I enjoyed them when they arrived.
I'm not sure if I have listened to him before. I thought he was good.
Learn how prisoners got rich with the help of the U.S, government.
It felt like one of the old Grisham novels. You never were left wanting and always wanted to keep listening. I spent time in my garage listening before I went into the house.
There was no black and white. Each character has good and bad.
No one is who you think he is! Is good, good or is evil, evil?
The girlfriend, because she could think for herself, and act quickly.
The ending was not very surprising and I figured it out early.
I would rather listen to a book than read a book. J. D. Jackson did a very good job of reading the book and bringing out the different characters.
I finally realized that Max had made much bigger plans in advance than I though he had.
The book kept my interest.
It's still Grisham, so the writing is very good, but the story lacked action or suspense.
There was a long slow middle that really didn't seem to have a lot to do with the story.
Then when we get answers, they seem to hurry though them.
Would not recommend to read, but okay to listen to.
Although it takes a bit of time to understand how all the pieces connect it is really an engaging and fun story.
This story seemed to get off to a slow start, but about half way through, I was drawn in wondering about the entirety of the scheme Malcolm had devised.
I have read all of John Grisham's books. This one is okay - but I think I've just finally gotten a little tired of them. If you are a John Grisham fan, this is good John Grisham. I liked the narrator.